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Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law.
This volume contains:
• The Role of Substantive and Choice of Law Policies in the Formation and Application of Choice of Law Rules by L. BRILMAYER, Professor at New York University
• The Institution of the Trust in Civil and Common Law by D.W.M. WATERS, Professor at the University of Victoria, Canada.
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Contents - L. BrilmayerI. A general introduction to the problem of choice of laws rules.
II. The choice of choice of law rules.
III. Substantive policies and their role in choice of law.
IV. Choice of law policies.
V. Legislatures and courts.
Contents - D.W.M. WatersI. What is a trust?
II. The origins and historical development of the common law trust.
III. The theory of the modern Anglo-American trust.
IV. The application of the modern Anglo-American trust.
V. Statutory and code adoptions of the trust idea.
VI. The future of the trust idea. Bibliography.