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Published: 04 February 2022 (Estimated)

504 Pages


ISBN: 9780192855008

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New Edition

The Law of Trusts

Twelfth Edition

J E Penner

Core Texts Series

  • High quality analysis with clear and efficient explanation of complex concepts gives students an excellent grounding in the law of trusts
  • Introduces the controversies surrounding the topic in a thought-provoking way, engaging the reader and giving a good all-round picture of the key issues relating to the subject
  • Numerous text features, including chapter summaries, must-read cases, self-assessment questions, further reading lists and a bibliography all ensure this book equips students with the tools they need to consolidate their study
  • The lively writing style engages readers and encourages critical and analytical thinking around the subject
  • Concise and focused, this book condenses a complex subject, concentrates on core principles, and helps students understand the topic, without compromising its academic integrity
  • Also available as an e-book with functionality, navigation features, and links that offer extra learning support

New to this Edition:

  • A comprehensive review of the book has ensured a sharp focus on the core content needed by students
  • The structure and chapter order have been fully revised for clarity and to further align with courses on the law of trusts: chapters have been reordered; three new chapters have been added; and the addition of Parts helps to further organise chapters
  • Updated with new examples of the application of the law in lower court decisions, for example in developing the new treatments of massively discretionary trusts and bare trusts subject to contractual obligations or agent's instructions

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