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Trusts: A Modern Analysis clearly explains the fundamental legal structure of the law of trusts in the context of private law. Through this fresh and analytical approach to the law of trusts, Robert Chambers looks at how the subject has progressed, and how the key issues can be better categorized to reflect these changes. His use of plain language and relaxed written style will help readers to achieve a deeper understanding of traditional trust concepts and how these are currently being used to solve modern legal problems.
Robert Chambers is Associate Professor in Law at Alberta University, Canada. He has taught company law, equity, land titles, property law, restitution, and trusts. His main research interests are property, restitution, trusts, and unjust enrichment in Australia, Canada, England, and the United States.
Table of Contents
|The Trust Relationship|
|The Trust Relationship|
|Beginning, Changing or Ending the Relationship|
|Trusts Created By Consent|
|Subject and Object|
|Trusts Created By Operation Of Law|
|Unjust Enrichment9. Other Events|
|Breach Of Trust|
|Breach of Trust|
|Liability of Trustees|
|Liability of Others|
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