EQUITY AND TRUSTS
EQUITY & TRUSTS Q&A SERIES
EQUITY AND TRUSTS
It is fundamental to understand that Equity is not a completely separated system. It works arm in arm with the Common law system. For instance, when answering to the question ‘who has legal title?’, you will look at the Common law rules, since the beneficiary owns the trust property in equity and the trustee in owns it in law.
EQUITY AND TRUSTS ASSIGNMENTS
Equity and Trusts is one of the seven core disciplines required for a qualifying law degree by the Law Society and the Bar Council. As a result, it is critical for a student to pass this topic in order to become a lawyer. One thing is certain we all die and this ensures there is always work in this area. This is a complicated area of law that even senior barristers avoid. If you have the right tutor to guide you this can be a subject that you will thoroughly enjoy and do well in. Additionally, you will be required to write essays and/or solve problems as part of your examinations and assignments. The approaches to these two sorts of questions are somewhat different.
EQUITY AND TRUSTS PROBLEM QUESTIONS
Our Q&A book provides you with the necessary background information to establish your own critical conclusions about Equity and Trusts. Once you have learned the fundamentals, you will be motivated to challenge equitable concepts in your essays and apply them to mock client advisory issue scenarios. Again, for your convenience, we have included examples of how to respond to these types of questions and how to use your knowledge as efficiently as possible to help you earn better grades.
EQUITY AND TRUSTS ESSAY WRITING
There are various ways of approaching problem questions and essay questions. We have provided students with an in-depth analysis in the question and answer series of books. Our Question and Answer book is available to purchase online via the Amazon platform.