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By Tamar T Frankel

ISBN-10: 019539156X

ISBN-13: 9780195391565

In Fiduciary legislation, Tamar Frankel examines the constitution, rules, subject matters, and ambitions of fiduciary legislation. Fiduciaries, which come with company managers, cash managers, legal professionals, and physicians between others, are entrusted with funds or energy. Frankel explains how fiduciary legislation is designed to supply safeguard from abuse of this technique of safekeeping. She offers with fiduciaries normally, and identifies events during which fiduciary legislations falls wanting supplying safety. Frankel analyzes fiduciary debates, and argues that larger preventive measures are required. She deals instructions for picking out the bounds and substance of fiduciary legislations, and discusses how failure to implement fiduciary legislations can give a contribution to failing monetary and monetary structures. Frankel bargains principles and motives for the courts, regulators, and legislatures, in addition to the fiduciaries and entrustors. She argues for powerful criminal safeguard opposed to abuse of entrustment as a method of encouraging fiduciary prone in society. Fiduciary legislation may help legal professionals and coverage makers designing the longer term legislation and the structures that it protects.

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617 (House of Lords Mar. 1, 1951) (citations omitted). 24 fiduciary law so earned even though it was earned by a criminal act. ‘You have earned,’ the master can say, ‘money by the use of your position as my servant. ’”101 Thus, the underlying reasons for entitling the Crown to the money that the sergeant earned were based on entrustment. An agent who exceeds his authority entrusted to him by a principal is similar to the sergeant in the Reading case. Any benefits that such an agent received would be subject to accounting for the benefit of the principal as well.

51. Hugo Grotius, De jure Belli ac Pacis Libri Tres 70–71 (Francis W. , 1925) (1625). 54 John Locke in 1690 reformulates the first step of Grotius’s theory and relied upon acts of acquisition and labor to define property rights, removing the condition of consent. 56 Property rights derive from 52. L. H. , 1964) (the title translates to Commentaries on the Law of Prize and Booty). De Jure Praedae was originally a brief written by Grotius in 1604, and was included (in a substantially revised version) in Grotius’ second famous published work, Mare Liberum (1609).

Snepp was a CIA agent who published a book after he left the agency without submitting it for CIA 84. Id. at 283 (exceptions when the buyers know that defendant trustee could be held liable for breach of fiduciary duty and that defendant owners could be held liable for knowingly participating in such breach). 85. J. 625, 671 (1995). 86. Meinhard v. E. Y. ). 87. Guth v. 2d 503 (Del. 1939). 88. R. 10-5 (2009). 89. Tamar Frankel & Lawrence A. Cunningham, The Mysterious Ways of Mutual Funds: Market Timing, 25 Ann.

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