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The seventh edition of Trusts & Equity builds on the successful approach taken in previous editions and continues to offer students a thorough and enthusiastic analysis of this complex field of law. An academically rigorous, yet highly readable textbook on the law of trusts, which encourages students to appreciate the scope and boundaries of a topic before engaging with the detail and issues it presents. By drawing on his expertise in teaching, writing, and research, Gary Watt brings the subject to life with useful analogies and memorable references to history and surrounding cultural contexts. The law is placed within a unique conceptual framework, examining trusts in light of the four key perspectives of precedent, principle, policy, and pragmatism, and explaining key decisions with clarity and rigour. Watt's engaging approach helps students to actively engage with the subject and to think critically about its central issues. Avoiding the dense text and unwieldy weight of many textbooks on this topic, Trusts & Equity offers a concise and clear account of the law, providing a compelling and stimulating companion to the study of trusts. Online Resource Centre An Online Resource Centre accompanies this book, providing additional support for both students and lecturers. Resources for the seventh edition include: * Three video lectures presented by Gary Watt introduce key areas of debate within the subject * Sample essay questions and problem scenarios * General guidance on answering essay questions and problem scenarios * Updates to the law post-publication * Web links to further primary sources and commentary to aid your understanding * Flashcard glossary to help test your knowledge of key terms