Some articles on trusts:

Austin Wakeman Scott
... who wrote a ten-volume treatise covering many topics of personal trusts such as the formation and termination of express trusts, resulting and constructive trusts, and the conflicts of ...
Liverpool Care Pathway For The Dying Patient - Financial Inducements To NHS Trusts
... request by The Daily Telegraph, 85 per cent of NHS trusts were revealed to have adopted the Liverpool Care Pathway ... Just over half of the total of NHS trusts have received or are due to receive financial rewards for doing so ... According to responses from a sample of 72 trusts, at least £12.4 million had been paid out in the two to three years to 2012 to trusts which hit targets associated with use ...
Supplemental Needs Trust - Medicaid Exempt Trusts
... only limited types of trusts can now be used and still preserve an applicant’s Medicaid eligibility ... One major distinction should be made when analyzing Medicaid trusts ... Trusts created by the disabled beneficiary (or a third party with legal authority over the disabled beneficiary) with the disabled person’s own assets for ...
Small Self Administered Scheme - Investment Choice
... options traded on recognised futures exchange Authorised UK unit trusts and OEICs and other UCITS funds Unauthorised unit trusts that don't invest in ...
Charles Mitchell (professor) - Publications
... and Mitchell's Commentary and Cases on the Law of Trusts and Equitable Remedies (13th edn Sweet Maxwell 2010) Landmark Cases in the Law of Contract (Hart, 2008), Ch.13, Johnson v Agnew (with Paul Mitchell ... Watterson) Underhill and Hayton's Law Relating to Trusts and Trustees (Butterworths, 2006) 17th edn (winner of the Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners’ Book of the Year ...

Famous quotes containing the word trusts:

    He that trusts to you,
    Where he should find you lions, finds you hares;
    Where foxes, geese.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Baseball is the religion that worships the obvious and gives thanks that things are exactly as they seem. Instead of celebrating mysteries, baseball rejoices in the absence of mysteries and trusts that, if we watch what is laid before our eyes, down to the last detail, we will cultivate the gift of seeing things as they really are.
    Thomas Boswell, U.S. sports journalist. “The Church of Baseball,” Baseball: An Illustrated History, ed. Geoffrey C. Ward, Knopf (1994)

    In society, in the best institutions of men, it is easy to detect a certain precocity. When we should still be growing children, we are already little men. Give me a culture which imports much muck from the meadows, and deepens the soil,—not that which trusts to heating manures, and improved implements, and modes of culture only!
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)