Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 98 2013 Trusts and Powers
Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 98 2013 Trusts and Powers sets out the vesting of property or rights in trusts, and the denoting of authority to deal with or dispose of property.
The Halsbury’s Laws Trusts and Powers title sets out the vesting of property or rights in trusts, and the denoting of authority to deal with or dispose of property. Validity, classification, creation, variation and termination of trusts are dealt with, along with administration, exercise of powers, and breach of trust.
Companion titles to Trusts and Powers include Vol 47: Equitable Jurisdiction; Vol 80: Perpetuities and Accumulations; Vol 87: Real Property; and Vol 91: Settlements.
The law is stated as at 1 October 2013, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.
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Table of contents
1. Nature and Creation of Trusts and Powers
3. Administration of Trusts
4. Exercise of Powers
5. Invalid Exercise of Powers
6. Court Intervention in Trust Administration
7. Breach of Trust
8. Conflict of Laws