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DUTIES OF INQUIRY IN THE ENGLISH LAW OF TRUSTS

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ERRATUM5.SUMMARY In seeking to describe a general line in English case law, one has to look beyond the many different and contradictory distinctions which exist. Without losing academic credibility it can be said that basically there are two main points of view concerning duties of inquiry in the English law of trusts: one that readily assumes a duty of inquiry, and one which, particularly where the agent as third-party-recipient in commercial transactions is concerned, does not readily assume such duties. It can then be stated that the latter is at present the authoritative line.

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1994-01-01
2017-02-21

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