If any textbook can be thoroughly recommended to Trust Quarterly Review (TQR) readers, this is it. It is a truly international survey of the – quite radical – developments introduced into the circumstances where the courts will intrude into decision-making by, among others, trustees.
Trust Quarterly Review
This book should be attractive to the entire range of legal professionals, including academics and practitioners, and not only those operating in the superannuation field. Pollard has accomplished the difficult feat of presenting the material in a way that is accessible to practitioners while ensuring that the content is comprehensive, thoroughly researched and argued in a way that should make it an indispensable resource for those involved in their own research and teaching in the area. … I have already had occasion to resort to my review copy in providing advice to clients and am certain I will be using it in future research projects.
Dr Nuncio D'Angelo, Australian Law Journal