Trust and estates
Hastings-Bass and the law of mistake, the growing use of common law trust by Islamic investors, and a report from Legal Week's Trust and Estates Litigation Forum...
Core distinction – The rule of Hastings-Bass and the law of mistake have both been used to escape unintended outcomes but have differing legal consequences. Elspeth Talbot Rice QC and Adam Cloherty of XXIV Old Buildings illustrate their differences and outline how HMRC is becoming more involved in such cases.
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