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Trusts 406 (6 points)


Leader: Ms Susan Barkehall-Thomas

Clayton Second semester 2003 (Day)
Clayton Second semester 2004 (Day)

Synopsis: This subject introduces students to the nature and function of trusts in the modern Australian legal system. Students learn how trusts are used and learn the rules governing their existence. In particular, the rules governing the creation and administration of trusts, and the rights and obligations of parties to trusts are taught.

Assessment: The methods of assessment in this subject are an optional written assignment (3000 words): 40% and a final examination (2 hours, plus 10 minutes settling \ reading time): 60%. Where the examination is 100% of assessment, 3 hours plus 10 minutes settling \ reading time

Contact Hours: Three hours of lectures per week

Prerequisites: LAW2100, LAW3400, LAW4169

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