“The collection of essays is a significant and important contribution in this area.” – John Tarrant,
The Journal of Business Law, Issue 8
“This collection of essays from an impressive range of experts is an important recent contribution to the debate.
Many of the chapters in this volume will incite further debate, and none of them can be accused on simply rehearsing old arguments. The book is an invaluable resource for scholars, graduate students and able undergraduates.” – Brian Sloan,
The Cambridge Law Journal, Volume 69, Part 3
“The contribution this book makes to the law concerning constructive and resulting trusts is immense. The twelve essays challenge our preconceived ideas of these trusts by suggesting – often radically – new perspectives on how we should analyse the law...this book will prove to be a most rewarding read for those to whom the controversies of the law of trusts is appealing.” – Ting Khai Liew,
Trust Law International, 24(3)