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Rationalising Constructive Trusts

By: Ying Khai Liew
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Published: 21-09-2017
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 416
ISBN: 9781849465960
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Hart Studies in Private Law
Dimensions: 244 x 169 mm
RRP: £90.00
 

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About Rationalising Constructive Trusts

Constructive trusts significantly interfere with the rights of an apparent legal owner of property. This makes it necessary for their imposition to be properly explained and justified. Unfortunately, attempts to rationalise constructive trusts as a whole-as opposed to specific doctrines or particular aspects of constructive trusts-have been few and far between.

Rationalising Constructive Trusts proposes a new structure for a coherent understanding of constructive trusts. By using a combination of conceptual tools, it provides answers to a number of crucial questions, for example: What are the ingredients of a constructive trust claim? What are the limits of constructive trusts? How can we rationalise the imposition of constructive trusts in particular situations? Why do judges exercise varying degrees of remedial discretion in different doctrines?

From a wider perspective, the structured understanding helps us to appreciate the precise ambit and role of express, constructive, and resulting trusts.

Table Of Contents

1. Introduction
PART A
2. Building Blocks
3. The Structure of the Law of Constructive Trusts
PART B
4. The Doctrine in Rochefoucauld v Boustead
5. Secret Trusts
6. The Doctrine in Pallant v Morgan
7. Proprietary Estoppel
8. Specifically Enforceable Contracts of Sale and Future Property
9. The Rule in Re Rose
10. Gains Made In Breach of Fiduciary Duty
11. Remedial Constructive Trusts
PART C
12. Mutual Wills
13. The Quistclose Doctrine
14. The 'Common Intention Constructive Trusts'
15. Donatio Mortis Causa
16. Conclusion

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