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Formalities & Imperfect Gifts - Equity & Trusts Law (LLB)
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Formalities and Imperfect Gifts Summarised Notes for the Equity and Trusts Law module, LLB, at City, University of London (achieved a 1st class using these) - can of course be used for other universities as well! Should be used with the full bundle of notes!

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Trust Law Notes
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Full trust notes including: 1. Trust Contract and Gift 2. Specific Formalities in the Creation of Trusts 3. The 3 Certainties 4. Non-Charitable Purpose Trust and Beneficiary Principle 5. Unincorporated Associations - how unincorporated associations take and how they are dissolved. 6. Fiduciary Relationships 7. Assistance and Receipt

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Formalities and Three Certainties to Create a Trust
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The bundle offers two sets of summaries. Firstly, the formalities to create a trust and secondly the three certainties required to uphold a valid trust.

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WILLS AND ESTATES BOARD EXAMS
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WILLS AND ESTATES BOARD EXAMS:-In terms of trusts, fiduciary accounts = look over them but don’t go into exceptional detailIntroduction:-Under South African law, a person may make a will directing how his assets shall devolve after his death (Law of succession will apply [The wills Act 7 of 1953] will apply) or a person may die without leaving a will, in which (Law of intestate succession will apply [intestate Succession Act81 of 1987]).-A person who has dies having made a will but does not di...

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