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The Principles of Equity and Trusts. Graham Virgo.
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Equity and Trusts
The separate body of law, developed in the Court of Chancery, which supplements, corrects, and controls the rules of common law. A device by which one person holds property for the benefit of another person. A trust imposes a personal equitable obligation upon a person trustee to deal with property for the benefit of another person or class of persons beneficiary or for the advancement of certain purposes, private or charitable. There must be sufficient certainty of intention, object, and subject matter. There are said to be three necessary elements of a trust: a trustee; the trust fund or trust property; and a beneficiary or object, particularly if the trust is for a charitable purpose
Land Law and Equity and Trusts
It is a curious paradox that, while both equity and land law 1 would seem at first glance to be natural objects of socio-legal study, concerned as both are with values and power relations, the black-letter approach tends to dominate our syllabuses and textbooks, with only the barest nod in the direction of historical context and a smattering of policy. The focus of these courses is the legal rules , and most of us are content if, by the end of the module, our students can apply the correct law to the facts of a problem question and give competent advice. This is hardly surprising. In the face of rising failure rates, teachers face the challenge of making them as straightforward as possible, while yet covering sufficient content to satisfy the professional requirements laid down by the Joint Academic Standards Board. Many of us conclude that if we send our students out into the world with this skill in the area of property law, where it is so often lacking, this is a significant achievement.
Equity and trusts is a unique branch of English law based on a body of principles made by the Courts of Chancery , that focusses on bringing balance to the legal system, particularly the Common Law. The law of trusts was constructed as an adjunct to the law of property , to tend to situations in which one person holds legal title to a property, but the courts decided it is fair, just or "equitable" that another person should benefit from the property. There is now an acknowledged division between legal and beneficial ownership: the legal owner is referred to as a "trustee" because he is "entrusted" with the property and the beneficial owner is the "beneficiary". The word "equity" normally suggests justice and fairness i. Up to , Equity was administered by the Court of Chancery, whilst the Common Law was administered in an entirely separate but parallel system of courts. Certain remedies were found only in Common Law, whilst others were only found in Equity.
The development of the equitable principles by the Court of Chancery also influenced the growth of trust. Consequently, the received English law and case law.
Equity and Trusts/Introduction
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In jurisdictions following the English common law system , equity is the body of law which was developed in the English Court of Chancery and which is now administered concurrently with the common law. For much of its history, the English common law was principally developed and administered in the central royal courts: the Court of King's Bench , the Court of Common Pleas , and the Exchequer. Equity was the name given to the law which was administered in the Court of Chancery. The Judicature Reforms in the s effected a procedural fusion of the two bodies of law, ending their institutional separation.
Equity & Trust
The origins of Equity Equity is a system of law historically developed in the Court of Chancery correcting unconsciousble conduct on the part of a defendant. It was developed by the Court of Chancery to solve deficiencies of the common law and correct unconsciousble conduct. The Chancellor recognized the inability of the common law to deal with social and economic changes taking place in society. It administered equitable relief by asking the defendant to personally appear before him personam. It is a system of principle and precedent rather than a system of ad hoc justice. It developed as a means of overcoming perceived shortcomings and unfairness in the. The feudal system, as it developed after , required formal mechanisms for transferring land, in order to protect feudal dues.
Equity essentially means fairness. Our legal system is based on these rules and this area of law gave birth to the law of trusts. Trust law is a set of rules that have been established to regulate situations where one person places trust in another person to look after their affairs.
Мисс Флетчер. У нас вирус. Я уверен. Вы должны… Сьюзан вырвала руку и посмотрела на него с возмущением. - Мне кажется, коммандер приказал вам уйти. - Но монитор.
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Но общественные организации типа Фонда электронных границ считали. И развязали против Стратмора непримиримую войну. ГЛАВА 24 Дэвид Беккер стоял в телефонной будке на противоположной стороне улицы, прямо напротив городской больницы, откуда его только что выставили за причинение беспокойства пациенту под номером 104, месье Клушару. Все внезапно осложнилось, пошло совсем не так, как он рассчитывал. Мелкая любезность, которую он оказал Стратмору, забрав личные вещи Танкадо, вылилась в поиски таинственного кольца, как в известной игре, где нужно находить спрятанные предметы.
- Коммандер, - сказала она, - если вы инструктировали Дэвида сегодня утром по телефону из машины, кто-то мог перехватить… - Один шанс на миллион, - возразил Стратмор, стараясь ее успокоить. - Подслушивающий должен был находиться в непосредственной близости и точно знать, что надо подслушивать. - Он положил руку ей на плечо. - Я никогда не послал бы туда Дэвида, если бы считал, что это связано хоть с малейшей опасностью. - Он улыбнулся. - Поверь. При первых же признаках опасности я отправлю к нему профессионалов.
Но… офицер ничего не сказал о… - Разумеется. Я не сказал ему про спутницу. - Взмахом руки Клушар величественно отверг вопрос Беккера. - Они не преступницы - глупо было бы искать их, как обычных жуликов. Беккер все еще не мог прийти в себя от всего, что услышал.
Ему показалось, что внутри звучали какие-то голоса. Он постучал.