Changes in the Role and the Form of the Trust at the New Millennium, or, We Don't Have to Think

Dobris, Joel C.
December 1998
Albany Law Review;1998, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p543
Academic Journal
Discusses the changes in the role and form of the trust at the turn of the century. Breakdown of agreement on the definition of trusts; Proofs of the erosion of fiduciary responsibility; Details on trust reforms in the 1990s; Conclusion.


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