The Principle of Equity and Trusts offers students a new approach to this dynamic area of law. Professor Graham Virgo has created a rigorous yet accessible student companion which draws the field in its contemporary context, offering a critical and insightful commentary on the law, its application, and development.
The text communicates the dynamic and thought provoking nature of this area of law and reflect the modern understanding of the subjects, as propounded both by the judiciary and commentators.
The text offers a student focused approach providing a clearly written and accessible guide to this most fascinating area of law while equally providing the critical rigour and referencing expected from academics in the field.
The Principle of Equity and Trusts promises to be a new classic in the field of equity and trusts textbook; one which is admired by lecturers and students alike.
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Graham Virgo has written another excellent book on equity. He is one of my fiercest critics, and one I have come to regard with great respect. He is an undoubted expert on the principles of equity, but more importantly he understands the particular cast of mind which an equity judge brings to a legal problem. ( The Rt Hon Lord Millett)
Where Virgos text succeeds is in its clarity and uncluttered nature, providing a lucid distillation of the legal principles. The balance between statement of current law and doctrine on the one hand, and points of controversy and debate on the other, is extremely well-judged. I would not hesitate in recommending this text to my students. ( Norma Dawson, Professor of Law, Queen's University Belfast)
Graham Virgo is a Professor of English Private Law, University of Cambridge.
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Descrizione libro Oxford University Press, 2012. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110199570043