Principles of Australian Equity & Trusts, 2nd Edition
|Author(s) :||Radan, P; Stewart, C|
|Short Description :||This book is also available in eBook format.
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|Published :||November, 2012|
Principles of Australian Equity and Trusts provides an approachable and well-structured account of the principles and rules of equity and trusts. The book is designed to equip students with the skills to analyse fact situations and correctly identify the relevant principles of the law of equity and trusts applicable to the resolution of problems. The clear and accessible style of the authors makes this an ideal text for students new to the study of equity and trusts.
The second edition of Principles of Australian Equity and Trusts has been fully revised and updated to include recent developments in case law and the legislative changes in Australian Consumer Law, especially on statutory unconscionability.
New cases include:
-Equuscorp Pty Ltd v Haxton (2012)
-John Alexander's Clubs v White City Tennis Club (2010)
-Delaforce v Simpson-Cook (2010)
-Byrnes v Kendle (2011)
-Aid/Watch Inc v FCT (2010)
-Pitt v Holt (2011)
-Franklins Pty Ltd v Metcash Trading Ltd (2009).
The text is suitable for standalone use or with the companion casebook Radan, Stewart and Vickovich, Principles of Australian Equity and Trusts: Cases and Materials. The textbook and casebook follow the same chapter order and structure and plentiful cross-referencing makes it easy to use the books in tandem.
Radan, Stewart and Vickovich, Principles of Australian Equity and Trusts: Cases and Materials, 2010
1. History of Equity
2. The Nature of Equity
3. The Relationship of Law and Equity
Pt II: Equitable Interests and Transactions
4. Nature of Equitable Estates and Interests
5. The Law of Assignment
6. Dispositions of Equitable Interests and the Requirement of Writing
Pt III: Unconscionable Dealings
8. Confidential Information
9. Fiduciary Obligations
10. Undue Influence
11. Unconscionable Transactions
Pt IV: Relationships of Trust
12. Equitable Estoppel
13. Relief Against Forfeiture
Pt V: Trusts
15. Introduction to Trusts
16. Creation of Express Trusts
17. Variation and Termination of Trusts
18. Charitable Trusts
19. Resulting Trusts
Pt VI: Remedies
23. Specific Performance
25. Mareva and Anton Piller Orders
26. Equitable Compensation and Damages
28. Constructive Trusts
30. Other Equitable Remedies
31. Equitable Defences
Peter Radan is Professor of Law at Macquarie Law School, Macquarie University.
Cameron Stewart is Professor of Law at the Sydney University Law School.