The Resource Civil law substitutes for trusts

Civil law substitutes for trusts

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Civil law substitutes for trusts
Title
Civil law substitutes for trusts
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This article aims to answer the question: "How do you solve the problem that we solve in using the trust device?" Before answering the question this article explains that from the mere fact that trusts do not exist in the civil law, it does not follow that they would not be recognized or enforced in civil law countries. It concludes that in several cases the civil law has no substitute for trusts, because it would be contrary to its policy to sanction their results, but that in all other cases the same results may be reached quite adequately, although often through widely different means
Citation source
In: The Yale law journal. - New Haven, Connecticut. - Vol. 36 (1927),
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Lepaulle, P
Geographic coverage
International
Language note
English
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  • civil law
  • trust
  • LoB
  • usufruct
Label
Civil law substitutes for trusts
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