(a) The basic trust-idea and the importance thereof in the formation and administration of trusts (b) The trust and other legal institutions; anomalies in the law of trusts (c) Essentialia of the trust with the emphasis on problems identified in case law (d) The juridical construction of the inter vivos trust – a critical evaluation (e) The protection of trust beneficiaries with specific reference to the so-called “core elements” of the trust (f) Parties to the trust (g) The trust and taxation (h) The trust as instrument in estate planning
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