Commentary

8 Interests under implied, resulting and constructive trusts

CHOSES IN ACTION vol 7
| Commentary

8 Interests under implied, resulting and constructive trusts

| Commentary

8 Interests under implied, resulting and constructive trusts

Some of the most common equitable interests encountered today are interests under implied, resulting and constructive trusts1. For instance, a property may be bought in the name of one person alone but more than one person may own it beneficially; alternatively, a property may be vested in the joint names of two or more people, but the shares in which they are each respectively interested in the property may not be immediately evident. The situation arises most often in the case of a matrimonial home or a property bought by an unmarried couple as their

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