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treatise on the history and law of fiduciary relationship and resulting trusts

Ernest Vinter

treatise on the history and law of fiduciary relationship and resulting trusts

together with a selection of selected cases.

by Ernest Vinter

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Published by Heffer in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trusts and trustees -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFiduciary relationship.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF 730 V78 1955
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxv, 391 p.
    Number of Pages391
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17307078M

    93 AN Yiannopoulos, ‘Trust and the Civil Law: The Louisiana Experience’ in Milo and Sm 67; Yiannopoulos, AN, ‘ Property ’, Louisiana Civil Law Treatise (4th edn, St Paul West ) vol 2, cf Martin, EF, ‘ Louisiana's Law of Trusts 25 Years after Adoption of the Trust Code ’ () 50 LaLRev ; M McAuley, ‘Truth and. Constructive and resulting trusts have a long history in English law, and the law which governs them continues to develop as they are pressed into service to perform a wide variety of different functions, for example, to support the working of express trusts and other fiduciary relationships, to allocate family property rights, and to undo the consequences of commercial fraud.

    "The Law of Trusts" is the first text devoted to this topic to be published in Canada since Written in clear English and illustrated with many practical examples, it describes all aspects of the creation of trusts and their administration. The Complete Book of Wills, Estates & Trusts: Advice that Can Save You Thousands of Dollars in Legal Fees and Taxes, Edition 3 - Ebook written by Alexander A. Bove, Jr., Jr., Esq., Esq.. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

      various civil law jurisdictions, including France, Scotland, Germany, Quebec, and Louisiana, where it is derived from essentially similar principles emanating from Roman law. See David Johnston, The Roman Law of Trusts 1 (); Ernest A. Vinter, A Treatise on the History and Law of Fiduciary Relationships and Resulting Trusts 7 (). Constructive and resulting trusts have a long history in English law, and the law which governs them continues to develop as they are pressed into service to perform a wide variety of different functions, for example, to support the working of express trusts and other fiduciary relationships, to allocate family property rights, and to undo the consequences of commercial s: 1.


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Treatise on the history and law of fiduciary relationship and resulting trusts by Ernest Vinter Download PDF EPUB FB2

A treatise on the history and law of fiduciary relationship and resulting trusts: together with a selection of selected cases.

Vinter, Ernest. A treatise on the history and law of fiduciary relationship and resulting trusts, together with a selection of selected cases Heffer Cambridge [Eng.] Wikipedia Citation.

"The Last Word" on the law of trusts and trustees. Originally published: Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 2 vols.

clxxxi, ; xviii, pages. Star-paged. (Total 1, pp.) Reprint of. A treatise on the history and law of fiduciary relationship, together with a collection of selected cases. Constructive and resulting trusts have a long history in English law, and the law which governs them continues to develop as they are pressed into service to perform a wide variety of different functions, for example, to support the working of express trusts and other fiduciary relationships, to allocate family property rights, and to undo the consequences of commercial fraud.

However, while. 3 See Ernest Vinter, A Treatise on the History and Law of Fiduciary Relationship and Resulting Trusts, 3rd ed (Cambridge: Heffer & Sons, ) at 1–14; Rotman, Fiduciary Law, supra note 2 at – See also David Johnston, The Roman Law of Trusts (Ox-ford: Clarendon Press, ).

11 An early instance of the use of the word by a judge is in Bishop of Winchester v. Knight () 1, per Cowper L.C., in proceedings by a landlord for an account of ore dug by a tenant: “ it is stronger in this case by reason that the tenant is a sort of fiduciary to the lord, and it is a breach of the trust which the law reposes in the tenant, for him to take away the.

The law of fiduciary relationships has evolved in a complex historical process that originated from the practice of “uses” (the original form of trusts) in medieval England, formulated first as a set of rules that regulated the conducts of trustees, and later applied to persons occupying a “trusteelike” - position, such as guardians, corporate directors, agents, partners, solicitors, priests, doctors, and even bankers.

Quinnipiac L p p 89 – 90; Er nest Vinter, A Treatise on the History and Law of Fiduciary Relationship and Resulting Trusts, T ogether with a Selection of Selected Cases, 3 rd edn.

The constructive trust, often referred to as a trust "implied in law," 1. has been generally recognized as an exception to the Statute of Frauds.

Fraud, duress, mistake, undue influence, or the breach of a fiduciary relationship may all be the basis for a constructive trust. Promises to. The long-understood story is that English common law in its formative centuries was unacquainted with trust as a legal device or as a human practice, and that fiduciary duties grew up outside the common law in a separate court of chancery with the law of trusts and trustees, only being incorporated a century and a half ago with the fusion of law and equity.

Page - In acquiring, investing, reinvesting, exchanging, retaining, selling and managing property for the benefit of another, a fiduciary shall exercise the judgment and care under the circumstances then prevailing, which men of prudence, discretion and intelligence exercise in the management of their own affairs, not in regard to speculation but in regard to the permanent disposition of.

Review (); “An Economic Theory of Fiduciary Law,” in Andrew Gold & Paul Miller eds. Philosophical Foundations of Fiduciary Law, Oxford University Press (); Ernest Vinter, A Treatise on the History and Law of Fiduciary Relationship and Resulting Trusts.

A treatise on the history and law of fiduciary relationship and resulting trusts: together with a selection of selected cases. KF V5 A treatise on the history and law of fiduciary relationship: together with a collection of selected cases / by Ernest Vinter.

A comprehensive, stimulating introduction to trusts law, which provides readers with a clear conceptual framework to aid understanding of this challenging area of the law. Vinter E () A treatise on the history and law of fiduciary relationship and resulting trusts.

Stevens, Astoria, p 3 et seq Google Scholar von Bar C, Clive E, Schulte-Nölk H () Principles, definitions and model rules of European private law: draft common frame of reference. Mothew [1], who said “A fiduciary is someone who has undertaken to act for and on behalf of another in a particular matter in circumstances which give rise to a relationship of trust and confidence” [2].

Therefore, on this basis, a fiduciary duty is recognised as being the highest standard of care at either equity or law. A Treatise on the History and Law of Fiduciary Relationship and Resulting Trusts, (). Agency Costs Versus Fiduciary Duties,” Principals and Agents: The Structure of.

Book Description: This introductory text adopts a pragmatic approach focusing on basic principles of equity and trusts in the UK and other jurisdictions where relevant.

The Law of Trusts provides an effective introduction prior to detailed study of the subject as well as being a valuable companion to the larger textbooks.

The Law of Trusts is designed for use as a supplementary text for a course on wills and trusts and the primary text in a seminar or course exploring the law of trusts.

Since the settlor is dead when the testamentary trust becomes effective, the testamentary trust is an irrevocable trust. The main focus of this book is on that type of trust. Offshore trusts: tax rules & trust concepts / Ross Tunnicliffe.

KF T85 A practical and concise manual of the law relating to private trusts and trustees / By Arthur Underhill. Scott and Ascher on Trusts offers practical advice on the creation, administration, and termination of all kinds of trusts, as well as incisive analysis of the underlying principles of trust law.

The duties of trustees and the rights of beneficiaries, would-be beneficiaries, and third parties are constantly being changed and redefined.9. There appear to be only three books on the subject by scholars in common-law countries. P. FINN, FIDUCIARY OBLIGATIONS (); J. SHEPARD, THE LAW OF FIDUCIARIES (); E.

VINTER, A TREATISE ON THE HISTORY AND LAW OF FIDUCIARY RELATIONSHIP AND RESULTING TRUSTS .