A typology of trusts by analogy

Jensen, Darryn (2013). A typology of trusts by analogy. In Elise Bant and Michael Bryan (Ed.), Principles of Proprietary Remedies (pp. 55-72) Pyrmont, NSW, Australia: Thomson Reuters (Professional) Australia.

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Author Jensen, Darryn
Title of chapter A typology of trusts by analogy
Title of book Principles of Proprietary Remedies
Place of Publication Pyrmont, NSW, Australia
Publisher Thomson Reuters (Professional) Australia
Publication Year 2013
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
Open Access Status
Year available 2013
ISBN 9780455231815
Editor Elise Bant
Michael Bryan
Chapter number 4
Start page 55
End page 72
Total pages 18
Total chapters 12
Collection year 2014
Language eng
Subjects B1
180112 Equity and Trusts Law
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The central argument of this chapter is that the label "constructive trust" has been used in connection with a variety of juridical forms - that is, different types of legal justifications are invoked to justify different types of legal response. The view of constructive trusts articulated in this paper is simultaneously "remedial" and "formalist".
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