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Trusts and Patrimonies
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This volume explores how the private law concepts of trust and patrimony interact in various jurisdictions, with a view to advancing the understanding of the trust as a fundamental legal concept. It comprises new and previously published papers written by distinguished comparative law scholars. The authors investigate whether the common law trust could be understood as a civil law patrimony by appropriation, and whether civil law and mixed traditions could create local versions of the common law trust using patrimony as the main conceptual building block.

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  • 2 - Lepaulle Appropriated
    pp 13-41
    • By Alexandra Popovici, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, McGill University; and Researcher, Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law., Lionel D Smith, Sir William C Macdonald Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, McGill University; Researcher, Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law; and Professor of Private Law, Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London.

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