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    Loring and Rounds A Trustee's Handbook, 2012 Edition

    ISBN-10: 1454813296
    ISBN-13: 9781454813293
    Edition: 2011
    Author(s): Charles E. Rounds, Charles E. Rounds
    Description: In the 112 years since its first publication, Augustus Peabody Loring ’scompact A Trustee's Handbook has come to be regarded as the mostconvenient, reliable, and complete source for trust research. This classicreference distills the essence of trust  More...
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    Copyright Year: 2011
    Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
    Publication Date: 12/15/2011
    Binding: Paperback
    Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 2.25" tall
    Weight: 4.906
    Language: English

    In the 112 years since its first publication, Augustus Peabody Loring ’scompact A Trustee's Handbook has come to be regarded as the mostconvenient, reliable, and complete source for trust research. This classicreference distills the essence of trust law, illuminating thefundamental principles and answering the basic questions:What are the duties of the trustee?What are the rights of the beneficiary?What are the rights of the settlor?What are the rights of third parties involvedLoring and Rounds: A Trustee’s Handbook carries on thetradition of concise, practical and up-to-date guidance for trustees, givingyou the latest in-depth information on how to stay on top of the developmentsin this complex field of practice.Loring and Rounds: A Trustee's Handbook is the gold standard andindispensable “go-to” resource for anyone seeking a comprehensive explanationof the vast tapestry of trust law. For over one hundred years it has been thebible for professionals and non-professionals, lawyers and non-lawyers whocreate, administer, and benefit from trusts.We’ve taken the supplemental text of the 2011 Edition andincorporated into a single bound volume. The new 2012 Editiontakes the reader through the complex maze of both codified and un-codifiedtrust law. It includes and expands upon the invaluable additions and updatesthat were incorporated into the 2011 Edition .In addition, the new 2012 Edition includes 77 pages of additionalcontent. There are now 482 additional footnotes, citations to 22 additionalcases, and 13 new sections.

    The Property Requirement
    The Property Requirement
    Funding Issues
    Wrongful Defunding
    The Trustee's Office
    Who Can Be a Trustee?
    Who Is Fit to Be a Trustee?
    Involuntary Trustees: Constructive Trusts, Purchase Money Resulting Trusts, Trustee Succession, Deceased Trustees, Partnership Assets, Government Regulation of Property Ownership and Other Such Matters
    Avoiding, Assuming, and Vacating the Office
    Trustee's Relationship to the Trust Estate
    External Inbound Liabilities of Third Parties to the Trustee and the Beneficiaries
    Interests Remaining with the Settlor
    Interests and Powers Remaining with the Settlor by Operation of Law
    Expressly Reserved Beneficial Interests and Powers
    The Beneficiary
    Who Can Be a Beneficiary?
    Class Designation: "Children," "Issue," "Heirs," and "Relatives" (Some Rules of Construction)
    The Beneficiary's Property Interest
    Rights of the Beneficiary
    Involuntary or Voluntary Loss of the Beneficiary's Rights
    Duties and Liabilities of the Beneficiary
    The Necessary Parties to a Suit Brought by a Beneficiary
    The Trustee's Duties
    General Duties
    Specific Duties Incident to General Duties
    Governmental Reporting Obligations
    The Trustee's Liabilities
    Trustee's Liabilities Generally (Breaches of Trust; Beneficiary's Standing to Seek Judicial Relief; Defenses)
    Trustee's Internal Liability as Fiduciary to the Beneficiary
    Trustee's External Liability as Legal Owner to Nonbeneficiaries
    Trustee's Discharge in Bankruptcy
    Miscellaneous Topics of General Interest to the Trustee
    Powers of Appointment
    Termination of the Trust and Final Distribution
    The Transfer of Trust Property
    The Trustee's Compensation
    Conflict of Laws
    Qualifying the Non-Human Being to Serve as a Trustee; Corporations Domestic and Foreign; Partnerships
    Whom Does Counsel Represent?
    Why More Than One Trust: The Estate and Generation- Skipping Tax
    Fiduciary Principles Applicable to the Mutual Fund
    What Are the Duties of the Trustee of a Revocable Inter Vivos Trust?
    Where the Trust Is Recognized outside the United States
    In Litigation Pertaining to a Trust, When Is the Beneficiary Entitled to Reimbursement from the Trust Estate for Legal Fees?
    When a Guardian ad Litem (or Special Representative) Is Needed: Virtual Representation Issues
    Doctrines Ancient and Modern
    The Trustee of Revocable Trust as "Inadvertent Executor": When There Is a Duty to Prepare the Estate Tax Return
    Mistake-Based Trust Reformation or Modification Actions to Achieve Tax-Efficiency Trust Reformation to Remedy Mistakes; Trust Modification; Tax Objectives
    Regulation 9 Revised
    When the Bank Trustee Merges or Consolidates
    Tax Apportionment within and without Trust
    Duty of Third Parties to Investigate Whether Trustee Has Power to Act or Is Properly Exercising the Power
    Why Do We Need the Trust When We Have the Corporation and the Third-Party Beneficiary Contract?
    How a Trust Can Facilitate Gifts to Minors
    Burdens of Proof; Standards of Proof
    Few American Law Schools Still Require Agency, Trusts, and Equity
    Why Trustees Need to Know about Will Residue Clauses
    The Difference between

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