This course addresses the topic of the proper law of a trust. A change in the place of administration often involves the implementation of a new set of rules to govern the trust relationship. The lecturer will examine how a change in the proper law can remedy trust defects and prevent trust disputes. Various devices and techniques available in the offshore will be explored.
Michael McAuley is a member of the Bar of Quebec and Bermuda Bar. He practices and teaches in Montreal. A graduate of the University of London, Montreal and Paris, as well as McGill University’s Faculty of Law, Michael has practiced trust law in Canada and, most recently, in Bermuda. From 2001-2006 he taught at the Paul M Hebert Law Center of Louisiana State University. Codification and the law of property in both the Common and Civil law traditions constitute his principal scholarly interests.
Venue, Date and Time
Institute of Legal Studies Tuition Centre, 11/12 Vincenti Buildings, Strait Street, Valletta VLT1432
Tuesday, 5th April, 2011
1500 – 1700 hrs
€ 50 per participant including VAT; cheques payable to Ganado Services Ltd;
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