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3. Equity and the management of property 

3. Equity and the management of property
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3. Equity and the management of property
Author(s):

Robert Pearce

and Warren Barr

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780199644452.003.0003
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date: 18 February 2020

This chapter discusses some of the more important practical usages of trusts. These include hiding the identity of the true owner of property; transferring the ownership of property; sharing the ownership of property; delegating management functions; gifts to be applied for purposes; collective investment; property holding by clubs and societies; trusts arising to protect legitimate expectations; trusts that are remedial in effect; and trusts and tax avoidance. The chapter also considers situations where the separation of management responsibilities from the ownership of property may be facilitated by other means.

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