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This book is concerned with the development of the trust idea in common law jurisdictions, whether mainland or offshore, and in civil law jurisdictions.

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Start by marking Modern International Developments in Trust Law as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book is concerned with the development of the trust idea in common law jurisdictions, whether mainland or offshore, and in civilian law jurisdictions. David Hayton; Chapter 2: Principles of European Trust Law, David Hayton; Chapter 3: The Hague Convention on the Law Applicable to Trusts and Their Recognition, Hein K�tz; Chapter 4: The Modern Development of Trust Law in Germany, Hein K�tz; Chapter 5: The Law of Trusts and the Development of Trust Business in Japan, Makoto Arai; Chapter 6: The Use.

Modern International Developments in Trust Law. by David Hayton. This book is concerned with the development of the trust idea in common law jurisdictions, whether mainland or offshore, and in civil law jurisdictions

Modern International Developments in Trust Law. This book is concerned with the development of the trust idea in common law jurisdictions, whether mainland or offshore, and in civil law jurisdictions. While trusts are important for preserving family wealth and influence, over ninety per cent of the value of trust funds is found in commercial or financial trusts, about which little has been written.

Part I of the book examines the indispensable conflict of laws.

David Hayton, Paul Matthews, Charles Mitchell. Underhill & Hayton Law of Trusts and Trustees is our flagship Trusts title and is recognised as being the leading book in the market.

English trust law concerns the creation and protection of asset funds, which are usually held by one party for another's benefit. Trusts developed when claimants in property disputes were dissatisfied with the common law courts and petitioned the King for a just and equitable result.

LA307: Law of Trusts A and B. Section: (b) International and Comparative Law sources: Next: Trusts: a comparative study

LA307: Law of Trusts A and B. Section: (b) International and Comparative Law sources: Next: Trusts: a comparative study. Previous: Principles of European Trust Law. Library availability.

David J. Hayton is a UK born judge on the Caribbean Court of Justice. He holds an LLB and LLD from Newcastle University, and MA and LLD from the University of Cambridge. From 1973 to 1987 he was a Fellow at Jesus College, Cambridge. From 1987 to 2005 he worked in the School of Law, King's College London and was a leading academic, and some time practising English trust lawyer. David Hayton, Paul Mathews, Charles Mitchell, Underhill and Hayton's Law of Trusts and Trustees (LexisNexis,18th ed, 2010).

David Hayton, Principles of European Trust Law, in MODERN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS IN TRUST LAW 19, 21.The majority of books relied upon by the jurists in compiling the Digest were since lost, so the Digest became the principle source of Roman law.

David Hayton, Principles of European Trust Law, in MODERN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS IN TRUST LAW 19, 21 (David Hayton e. 1999). The Code was systematic Roman legislation, and the Digest and the Code together represented an authoritative restatement of Roman law.

This book is concerned with the development of the trust idea in common law jurisdictions, whether mainland or offshore, and in civil law jurisdictions. While trusts are important for preserving family wealth and influence, over ninety per cent of the value of trust funds is found in commercial or financial trusts, about which little has been written.

It is interest in the latter type of trust that is likely to lead to the development of the trust idea in European mainland jurisdictions, especially as the economic destinies of European jurisdictions become increasingly intertwined and as the Hague Convention on the Recognition of Trusts comes to be implemented.

In this volume the work of leading trust scholars in Canada, England, the USA, Germany and Japan is brought together to explore key issues in trust law, until now not covered in any single resource: the full elasticity of the trust concept; the variety and significance of commercial or financial trusts; the scope for reforming trust law in various jurisdictions to make it more economically efficient in assisting in the preservation and generation of wealth; the potential for the development of a core trust concept in civil law jurisdictions as a special part of the law of obligations, without any need to create equitable proprietary interests in favour of beneficiaries.

Modern International Developments in Trust Law will be of interest not only to academic trust lawyers and comparative lawyers, but to common law and civil law practitioners, whether interested in taking advantage of foreign trust laws, or in developing in their local jurisdictions new ideas obtained from foreign jurisdictions.


Modern International Developments in Trust Law download epub
Administrative Law
Author: David J. Hayton
ISBN: 9041197060
Category: Law
Subcategory: Administrative Law
Language: English
Publisher: Kluwer Law International; 1 edition (March 10, 1999)
Pages: 360 pages