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Asset partitioning in the trust

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Asset partitioning in the trust, the question of how creditors of trustees attach their claims to trust assets, is an elaboration of the fundamental structure of trust law. The trust creates a surrogate for separate corporate personality by using elements of personal liability of the trustee towards external creditors and towards the beneficiaries of the trust. The beneficial interest and its assignability ensure fluidity in the membership of the group enterprise. Through ingenious use of ...

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University of Oxford
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University of Oxford
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McGill University & University of Oxford
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University College London & University of Oxford
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Trusts Research Scholarship 2014
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Sloane Robinson Scholarship 2014
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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