Journal Article

‘Absolute discretion’ in the Singapore Court of Appeal; substance, form, and the company; <i>Fideicomisa</i>; FATCA, the ugly American; French trust disease arrives in Argentina; Cyprus raises its game; Jersey tries to improve its firewall, but must try harder; a Swiss dog seems unlikely to raise its leg; some interesting New Zealand trust possibilities; and Humpty-Dumpty and the split in the Supreme Court in <i>Lehman Brothers</i>

Tony Molloy and Toby Graham

in Trusts & Trustees

Volume 19, issue 7, pages 689-702
Published in print September 2013 | ISSN: 1363-1780
Published online August 2013 | e-ISSN: 1752-2110 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/tandt/ttt142
‘Absolute discretion’ in the Singapore Court of Appeal; substance, form, and the company; Fideicomisa; FATCA, the ugly American; French trust disease arrives in Argentina; Cyprus raises its game; Jersey tries to improve its firewall, but must try harder; a Swiss dog seems unlikely to raise its leg; some interesting New Zealand trust possibilities; and Humpty-Dumpty and the split in the Supreme Court in Lehman Brothers

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Subjects: Trusts Law

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