TQR: November 2010

Monday, 01 November 2010
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This article is a copy of a talk presented to STEP Sydney in the Banco Court on the 15th July 2010 David Wright TEP is Senior Lecturer at the University of Adelaide.
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Four US practitioners explain the consequences of a client making any disclosures to a third party of information that would normally be protected by attorney-client privilege law.
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Perrins v Holland was a long-awaited test of the rule in Parker v Felgate. Penelope Reed QC summarises the cases and attempts to reconcile the rule with the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
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A look at the rule in Hastings-Bass, as applied in recent cases involving pension trustees.
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Strict settlements are rare and becoming more rare as the Tenants for Life of historically and culturally significant buildings across the UK dwindle in number. James Sheedy summarises some important points for practitioners.
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Some advice to trustees on when mediation might be considered and how they might prepare for mediation.
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Regular readers of Trust Quarterly Review will now be quite familiar with the Chancery Division decision of Mr Nicholas Strauss QC in Jones v Kernott.
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Fiona McHugh confirms that the second edition of "The Law of Trusts", by Geraint Thomas and Alastair Hudson, is as good as the first edition.
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Ruth Hughes reviews "Urgent Applications in the Court of Protection", by Nazreen Pearce and Sue Jackson, published by Jordan.
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