Malaysian Trust Law, Second Edition By Mary George (E-Book)
Malaysian Trust Law, Second Edition by Mary George and Sujata Balan
|Author||Mary George and Sujata Balan|
|Publisher||Sweet & Maxwell|
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This new edition of Malaysian Trust Law provides a deep, comprehensive, and critical analysis of Malaysian trust law, which has evolved significantly over the last two decades. It provides an up-to-date source of Malaysian trust law. To clarify and analyse the many ideas of trust, extensive references are made to both local and international situations, particularly from the United Kingdom.
The application of trust concepts in a variety of settings, such as business, family, and property, gives a solid foundation for comprehending them. This book is illuminating and practical, with the authors' analysis and discussion, as well as preliminary considerations of civil process and limits in bringing legal actions in trust. The inclusion of information on the role of equity in commercial transactions broadens the scope of this work.
This book is essential for law students studying trust law since it is current, comprehensive, and represents the essence of trust law. The book will be useful to lawyers because it is a comprehensive compendium of trust law. This book will also serve as a useful guide and reference for anyone interested in learning more about Malaysian trust law.
Highlights of this book
- The principles of trust law are well explained.
- In trust litigation between parties who are all Muslims or Muslims and non-Muslims, the jurisdiction of civil and Syariah courts is considered.
- There is a distinction between express and constructive private trust.
- In business deals, retention and trust funds are used.
- The use of hidden trusts.
- Wills, residuary dispositions, and trusts are all intertwined.
- A life insurance coverage can be trusted.
- Beneficiary's equitable right under business law.
- The inference of consequent faith in reality and personality is justified.
- Malaysia has a new technique of repairing constructive trusts.
TABLE OF CONTENTS of Malaysian Trust Law
- Sources of Trust Law in Malaysia
- Definition and Overview of Trust Concepts
- Requirements for the Creation of a Trust
- Completely and Incompletely Constituted Trusts
- Secret Trusts
- Discretionary Trusts
- Protective Trusts
- Non-Charitable Purpose Trusts
- Resulting Trusts or Implied Trusts
- Constructive Trusts
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