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Hague Trusts Convention: Scope, Application and Preliminary Issues

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ISBN-10: 1841131105
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The strength of Harris's book lies in the way he applies his deep knowledge of the substantive law of trusts in his detailed treatment of the Convention.Harris's book is a much needed comprehensive treatment of the Convention, which will be of great interest to both academics and practitioners dealing with trusts in an international setting. H.L.E. Verhagen, Nijmegen ZeuP January 2006 .a welcome addition to the private international law literature, being the first detailed analysis of the Convention published in the UK...[an] erudite and lucidly written monograph. It deserves to be widely read. Jonathan Hill, University of Bristol Trusts and Trustees May 2002 Harris' book can be useful in helping to understand the law even in those countries where the convention is not going to enter into force. This is certainly all the merit of the author having written this excellent book. the book is not only useful for English lawyers - which is rather obvious - but also for practitioners in civil law systems. Michael Traest European Review of Private Law May 2003

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Jonathan Harris is Professor of International Commercial Law at the University of Birmingham.
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