Authors Tony Lee, Michael Bryan and John Glover have a well earned reputation as foremost authorities in this area, as is evidenced by the number of times their work has been cited in cases. Their robust treatment of the subject of trusts makes it the essential guide to all major topics in the area of trusts law. Guest author Ian Fullerton, a specialist in taxation law, writes on trusts and the taxation of trust income.
The Law of Trusts: Ford & Lee offers a general and comparative view of trusts legislation in all Australian jurisdictions and assists in interpreting the meaning of comparative Acts in the local jurisdiction. Detailed attention is paid to the underlying general principles and the impact of recent developments in trust law. Relevant legislation is reproduced by jurisdiction and features cross-references to commentary paragraphs where the provisions are discussed in context.
A useful table cross referencing the Trustee Act 1925 (UK) to trustee legislation in the Australian States and Territories, New Zealand, Jersey, the Cayman Islands and the American Uniform Trust Code is included.
- The reputation of the authors of this service means this service is recognised as one of the foremost authorities on the subject matter evidenced by the number of times this work has been cited in cases.
- Subscribers need look no further for a thorough and extensive analysis of comparative trust law in a Australia and those cases which have interpreted that legislation. This product is a one-stop shop covering the historical background of the law and its recent developments helping practitioners and academics to quickly indentify what their line of enquiry is in a complicated area of the law.