Principles of Australian Equity and Trusts provides an approachable and well-structured account of the principles and rules of equity and trusts. The book is designed to equip students with the skills to analyse fact situations and correctly identify the relevant principles of the law of equity and trusts applicable to the resolution of problems. The clear and accessible style of the authors makes this an ideal text for students new to the study of equity and trusts.
The third edition of has been fully revised and updated to include recent developments in case law, including:
- Sidhu v Van Dyke (2014) 251 CLR 505
- Howard v Commissioner of Taxation (2014) 253 CLR 83
- Kakavas v Crown Melbourne Ltd (2013) 250 CLR 392
- Pitt v Holt  2 AC 108
- FHR European Ventures LLP v Cedar Capital Partners LLC  AC 250
- Gerace v Auzhair Supplies Pty Ltd (in liq) (2014) 87 NSWLR 435
The contents have been restructured for ease of navigation, with nine new chapters added.
The text is suitable for standalone use or with the companion casebook Radan, Stewart & Vickovich, Principles of Australian Equity and Trusts: Cases & Materials. The third editions of the textbook and casebook follow the same chapter order and structure and plentiful cross-referencing makes it easy to use the books in tandem.Features
- Complex topics are explained clearly and succinctly without over-simplification
- Provides an approachable and well-structured account of the principles and rules of equity and trusts and their sources
- Wide-ranging coverage of all key topics
- Contents restructured to improve navigation
- Online support material available for lecturers
About the Authors
Peter Radan is Professor of Law at Macquarie Law School, Macquarie University.
Cameron Stewart is Pro Dean and Professor of Health, Law and Ethics and a member of the Centre for Health Governance, Law and Ethics at the University of Sydney Law School.