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Table Of Contents
Part 1: Fundamentals 1. The Nature of Equity 2. The Nature of Trusts Part 2: The Creation of Express Trusts 3. The Three Certainties 4. The Beneficiary Principle 5. The Constitution of Trusts 6. Secret Trusts 7. Essay: The Paradox in Express Trusts Part 3: The Role of the Trustees 8. The Duties of Trustees 9. The Investment of Trusts 10. The Management of Trusts Part 4: Trusts Implied by Law 11. Resulting Trusts 12. Constructive Trusts 13. Proprietary estoppel 14. Essay: Fiduciaries Part 5: Trusts of Land and of the Home 15. Trusts of Homes 16. Trusts of Land 17. Essay: A Politics of Trusts Law Part 6: Breach of Trust and Tracing 18. Breach of Trust 19. Strangers: dishonest assistance and unconscionable receipt 20. Tracing Part 7: Commercial Uses of Trusts 21. Commercial and international trusts law 22. Quistclose Trusts Part 8: Charities 23. Charities Part 9: Equitable Remedies 24. Injunctions Part 10: Academic Themes in Equity & Trusts 25. Essay: Restitution of unjust enrichment 26. Essay: The concept of conscience in equity 27. Essay: Modern equity
Alastair Hudson is Professor of Equity & Finance Law at the University of Exeter. He is a National Teaching Fellow, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and has been voted UK Law Teacher of the Year. He has been Professor of Equity & Law at Queen Mary University of London and Professor of Equity & Finance Law at the University of Southampton.