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International Trust Disputes

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Published Jan 2012 (Oxford University Press)
ISBN: 9780199594702. Hard Cover, 592 pages.
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Edited by Sara Collins, Steven Kempster, Morven McMillan, and Alison Meek 

The number of disputes involving trusts has risen significantly in recent years. Many disputes take place in the international environment and cross-border jurisdictional issues may arise. These disputes often involve large sums of money, impacting significantly on family relations. The handling of such disputes requires specialist skills and knowledge, including an understanding of how and why private trusts are established and administered and the problems that can arise; an awareness of the cross-jurisdictional issues that may be relevant; and the ability to identify practical legal solutions to the dispute that are compliant with trust principles. 

International Trust Disputes provides a comprehensive and thorough treatment of this topic. Acting as a specialist guide for practitioners, it offers a survey of the special considerations that may arise with regard to trust disputes as well as a definitive guide to the issues which may be encountered in the jurisdictions where disputes are most likely to take place. 

Readership: 

Primary: Solicitors, barristers, and judges working in the area of trust law (both in the UK and internationally and both in private practice and in-house at trust companies, banks and accountancy firms). Trust managers, advisers and senior personnel in international trust companies, banks, and accountancy firms. Members of ACTAPS (Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists). 

Secondary: Students undertaking courses in trust law, particularly at the post-graduate and professional level (such as the STEP Foundation and Diploma in International Trust Management); academics. 

"This important book enhances one's understanding of international trust disputes. It skilfully tells its readers much they did not know previously, and is informative from beginning to end." - Henry Frydenson, Principal, Frydenson & Co; Chairman, Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists 

Part 1 General Practice and Procedure 

Section A Jurisdiction 

1: James Corbett QC: Jurisdiction and Cross Border Issues 

Section B External Disputes 

2: Alison Meek: Matrimonial Disputes 

3: Andrew De La Rosa: Succession and Forced Heirship Disputes 

4: Jeremy Kosky: Sham Trusts and Reserved Powers 

5: Adam Cloherty, Owen Curry: Asset Protection and Insolvency 

6: Sofie Hoffman: Dishonest Assistance 

Section C: Internal Disputes 

7: Charles Lloyd: Internal Disputes 

8: Susannah Meadway: Breach of Trust Claims 

9: Shân Warnock-Smith QC: No-contest clauses 

10: Simon Taube QC: Mistake, Rectification and Hastings-Bass 

11: Dawn Goodman, Charlie Tee: Setting Aside Trusts, Undue Influence and Capacity 

12: Rupert Ticehurst: Retirement, Replacement and Removal of Trustees 

13: Steven Kempster: Rights to Information 

Section D: Procedure 

14: Elizabeth Weaver: Directions and Beddoe Applications 

15: Richard Dew: Injunctions 

16: Francis Barlow QC: Representation of Parties 

17: Nicola Evans: Representation of Parties 

18: Beverly-Ann Rogers: Alternative Dispute Resolution 

19: Morven McMillan: Variation and Compromise 

20: Penelope Reed QC: Appeals 

21: Toby Graham, Adam Carvalho: Costs 

Part 2: Jurisdictions 

22: Paul Smith, Brigit Morrison: Bermuda 

23: Arabella di Iorio: The British Virgin Islands 

24: Sara Collins, Carlos de Serpa Pimentel: Cayman Islands 

25: Charles Simpson: Gibraltar 

26: Paul Buckle: Guernsey 

27: Seth Caine: Isle of Man 

28: Kerry Lawrence, Nigel Sanders: Jersey 

29: Stefan Wenaweser: Liechtenstein 

30: Geoffrey Cone: New Zealand 

31: Nedim Peter Vogt, Delphine Pannatier Kessler: Switzerland 

Bibliography 

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