Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 80 2013 Perpetuities and Accumulations, Personal and Occupational Pensions, Personal Property
The Halsbury’s Laws Perpetuities and Accumulations title is concerned with dispositions fettering the future alienation, devolution or enjoyment of property, or causing accumulation of income.
The Halsbury’s Laws Perpetuities and Accumulations title is concerned with dispositions fettering the future alienation, devolution or enjoyment of property, or causing accumulation of income. The Personal and Occupational Pensions title deals with the provision of occupational and private pension schemes, and public service pension schemes.
The Personal Property title covers the ownership, possession and transfer of all forms of property or personalty other than freehold estates and interests in land.
Companion titles to Personal and Occupation Pensions include Vol 104: Welfare Benefits and State Pensions.
The law is stated as at 1 March 2013, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.
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Table of contents
PERPETUITIES AND ACCUMULATIONS
2. The Rule Against Perpetuities
3. Restriction of Accumulation
PERSONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL PENSIONS
1. Introduction to Pensions
2. Occupational Pension Schemes
3. Public Service Pension Schemes
4. Information Provisions
5. Special Cases
6. Pensions on Divorce
8. Professional Advisers
9. Early Leavers, Preservation and Transfers
10. Contracting Out
11. Taxation of Schemes
13. Regulatory Governance
16. Pensions with an International Aspect
17. Stakeholder Pension Schemes
18. Personal Pensions
1. Scope and Description
5. Equitable Interests