‘Arbitration of Trust Disputes: A Procedure Whose Time Has Come?’

“Trusts and their civil law equivalents form a vital part of the global economy, holding trillions of dollars’ worth of assets and generating billions of dollars’ worth of revenue and trustees’ fees annually. Although donative trusts (ie, those used for charitable and inter-generational wealth transference purposes) are perhaps the best-known types of trust vehicles, commercial trusts are equally, if not more, important than traditional trusts in the modern world …” (more)

[SI Strong, Oxford Business Law Blog, 22 December]

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