Equity & Trusts

Equity & Trusts 150 150 Affordable Capstone Projects Written from Scratch

Please note your coursework must be referenced. There is guidance on how to reference your work in the under the Library tab on the VLE. The systems of referencing that BPP recommends is the Numeric system (Footnotes). The Numeric system is to all intents and purposes the OSCOLA system which some of you may have already met in other modules. Please also note that the Numeric (OSCOLA) system is the preferred system to use for referencing case law. Footnotes will not be counted in the word limit of the coursework as long as they are only references to legal authorities (cases, statutes, journal articles etc) and not used to explain or develop arguments.

ANYTHING WHICH IS A DIRECT QUOTE MUST BE IN QUOTATION MARKS! OTHERWISE THIS WILL COUNT AS PLAGIARISM!

Use as many sources as you need (law journals, cases text books etc.) (no websites)

LLB LAW OF EQUITY & TRUSTS
COURSEWORK
Level 6
SEMESTER H3
LLB (Hons) Programmes
Deadline: Tuesday 4 July 2017 at 2pm
“The starting point in distinguishing Hunter v Moss from the other English authorities
ought to be that it concerns a voluntary declaration of trust, and not a sale or outright
gift.”
Worthington, S in “Sorting out ownership interests in a bulk: gifts, sales and trusts”
J.B.L. 1999, Jan, 1-21
Critically analyse the above statement with reference to the decisions in
Hunter v Moss [1994] 1 WLR 452, Re Goldcorp Exchange Ltd (in receivership)
[1995] 1 AC 74 and Re London Wine Co Shippers [1986] P.C.C. 121.
Word Limit: 2,500


 

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