This volume focuses on the continuing practical importance of equity in the law today. The authors demonstrate both the impact of the law of trusts and the law of fiduciaries upon such diverse subjects as corporate and bankruptcy law, as well as the continuing need for further discussion on the relationship between equity and commercial law. In combining theoretical and practical knowledge, this volume will be interesting to professionals and scholars involved in commercial or corporate law, bankruptcy, and trusts.
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