Law of Trusts, 3/e
In recent years, trust law has continued to expand its influence at a rapid pace, particularly in the area of pension trusts, where it plays a key role in resolving conflicts over the administration, creation, termination, and revocation of pension funds. The flexible nature of trusts results in its continued development, especially in the areas of resulting and constructive trusts. This new edition offers substantially revised chapters on both types of trust, as well as many more caselaw references. Chapter 6 explores the various situations in which a resulting trust can arise, examines the important role of intention in finding a resulting trust, and analyzes recent pronouncements by the Supreme Court on the presumptions of resulting trust and advancement. Chapter 7 offers an updated discussion of the constructive trust, which courts increasingly employ as a tool for remedying unjust enrichment in cohabitation cases.
Eileen E Gillese
Eileen E. Gillese, BA, BCL (Oxon) is a justice of the Court of Appeal for Ontario, a position that she has held since 2002. She served as a judge of the Superior Court of Justice from January 1999 until her elevation to the Court of Appeal. Prior to her appointment to the Bench, Justice Gillese served as professor and Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Western Ontario, where she taught Trusts, Property, Wills, Administrative Law, Pension Law, and Legal Research and Writing.