Equity and Trusts
Rhedir gan School of History, Law and Social Sciences
20.000 Credyd neu 10.000 Credyd ECTS
Trefnydd: Dr Marie Parker-Jones
Equity and Trusts is a compulsory module in the LLB programme. The main aim of the module is to provide the students with a sound academic knowledge of the law of trusts. The purpose which this serves is to equip the students with the skills which they will need for the study of other subjects, particularly land law and wills and succession, in which a sound grasp of equity and trusts is essential.
The module will allow the student to study the relationship between Equity and Common Law and cover areas of trusts as used for family or commercial or for public charitable purposes.
A study will be made of express, resulting and constructive trusts of property, trustees powers and obligations and the nature and scope of fiduciary obligations. The student will be able to identify the nature and scope of equitable rights and equitable remedies including tracing, freezing injunctions, search orders, specific performance, imposition of personal liability to account as constructive trustee, estoppel entitlements to property or compensation and the developing principle of unconscionability.
An answer which, while predominantly correct in its presentation of material, contains a significant level of error and is therefore not entirely reliable.
A comprehensive answer, containing all the material relevant to the question and no irrelevancy, all the material and references being accurate and correct, there being no inaccuracy or error, the whole presented in an argument which, while clear, logical and critical, leaves room for improvement in its construction and presentation.An answer which shows complete competence in the subject.
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Demonstrate a knowledge of the distinction between the legal estate and the equitable interest and to be aware of the distinction between real and personal property
Be able to identify the key requirements for the creation of a valid express trust and to be able to cite all relevant statutory authority and common law principles in connection therewith.
Have an understanding of implied trusts, and to show an appreciation of the underlying conceptual and theoretical basis for such trusts.
Show an understanding of the key distinction between a breach of fiduciary duty and breach of trust.
Show an awareness of the differences between the personal and proprietary remedies of beneficiaries.
Be able to apply their knowledge to accurately state when an account has either been surcharged or falsified and to be able to state accurately when and how beneficiaries can avail themselves of the ability to trace into assets, using common law and equitable principles.
Strategaeth addysgu a dysgu
Tutorials will routinely require students to engage individually and in groups in acquiring, commenting upon, critically evaluating and applying the principles and details of the subject under the guidance and instruction of the teaching team.
The module will consist of 40 hours of lectures
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Sgiliau pwnc penodol
- Develop the ability to interpret legal rules and employ techniques of legal reasoning competently and efficiently in order to offer a range of solutions and conclusions to actual or hypothetical complex legal problems, all supported by relevant academic literature, jurisprudence and legislative research. Such solutions will be clearly communicated and presented
- Develop the ability to analyse complex legal issues, set against the background of the political, social, economic or cultural contexts in which they may arise
- Develop those skills which are necessary for scholarship and research in legal subjects, namely the ability to identify relevant primary and secondary legal sources and to retrieve accurate legal information using paper and electronic sources
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