Constructive trusts in various guises have become increasingly common as a cause of action in litigation and in doing so have created a level of uncertainty in the area of trust law.
This On Demand seminar looks at what constructive trusts actually are and their uses (and possible abuses) in practice.
- Understand better what constructive trusts actually are, the forms they may take (institutional and remedial), and how they differ from other types of trusts.
- Gain insights into how constructive trusts are employed as a cause of action and the role they may play in relationship (and other) property disputes.
- Learn more about the increasing imposition of constructive trusts over express trusts and the consequences of this for beneficiaries and other interested parties.
Who should view?
Relationship property and trust litigators, general practitioners, trust and estate planning lawyers, legal executives and all lawyers who act as Professional Trustees
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