high trust

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high trust

high trust

high-trust system

High-value divorces and trusts

Central London Property Trust Ltd v High Trees House Ltd

The use of trusts for high net worth individuals

Trust and confidence: possibilities for social work in 'high modernity'

Central London Property Trust Ltd v High Trees House Ltd (1947)

Timing of disposal of Bermuda trust: Court of Appeal overturns High Court decision

Evaluating high risk research: an assessment of the Wellcome Trust's Sir Henry Wellcome Commemorative Awards for Innovative Research

R v Secretary of State for the Environment, ex parte Rose Theatre Trust Co. [1990] 1 QB 504, High Court (Queen’s Bench Division)

128. An Audit to Identify the Compliance with Local Guidelines Developed in January 2011 for the Assessment of Tuberculosis Risk in Rheumatology Patients Prior to Commencing Anti-Tumour Necrosis Factor Alpha Therapy in the High Prevalence Area of Ealing Trust

Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust and ors v Government of Bangladesh, Writ Petition to the High Court Division of the Supreme Court, Writ Petition No 5863 of 2009, Writ Petition No 754 of 2010, Writ Petition No 4275 of 2010, ILDC 1916 (BD 2010), 8th July 2010, High Court Division

Grafting the English Trust on to the code civil. Important Australian jurisprudence, and the potential for negligent neglect of critical equitable principles, in advising family provision claimants. Trustee disclosure, and the importance of Jersey trust jurisprudence. Cyprus claims a place in the sun for its trusts, and Simon Taube QC has useful news for Mr Osborne in his hunt for additional revenue. Cost traps in contested Beddoe applications. Whether the donatio mortis causa has reached its ‘high water mark’. Is the judgment of the Supreme Court in Prest the last word?

Kenya section of the International Commission of Jurists v Attorney General and Minister of State for Provincial Administration and Internal Security and Kenyans for Justice and Development Trust (joining), Final judgment, [2011] eKLR, ILDC 1804 (KE 2011), 28th November 2011, Kenya; Nairobi; High Court


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Is a description given to a pattern of employment relations based on the assumption that employees are committed to the organization and motivated to work on its behalf and therefore do not require close supervision or financial incentives. On the contrary, it is argued that high-trust relations flourish where employees are offered security of employment, are paid a salary tied only notionally to measures of worker performance, and are allowed wide scope for discretion at work. High-trust relations are found most readily in managerial and professional employment, although experiments with employee involvement and high commitment management are meant to reproduce the pattern for other categories of employee. [See also low trust.]

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