Circumventing Schmidt v Rosewood: a beneficiary’s right to disclosure...
Trusts & Trustees, Published by Oxford University Press., Vol. 23, No. 7, September 2017, pp. 770–778.
Authors: Sophie Holcombe
This article considers the Court of Appeal’s decision in Dawson-Damer and others v Taylor Wessing LLP  EWCA Civ 74 regarding a beneficiary’s right to obtain disclosure of information in relation to a Bahamian trust from the trust’s English lawyers. It will address the extent to which this decision erodes Schmidt v Rosewood principles of disclosure to beneficiaries and aims to provide some practical guidance to trustees faced with a subject access request under Data Protection legislation.
GDPR: Implications for Trustees and Personal Representatives
Practical Law Private Client, 11 April 2018
Authors: Suzanne Rab
A guide to the General Data Protection Regulation ((EU) 2016/679) (GDPR) for trustees of private trusts and personal representatives of deceased estates.
The meaning of mistake
New Law Journal , 30 March & 6 April 2018
Authors: Amy Proferes
The inevitable lot of mankind? Amy Proferes considers 'mistake' in Schedule 4 of the Land Registration Act 2002.
Fiduciary duties: A third way?
Trusts and Estates Law & Tax Journal , 2018, March
Authors: John Machell QC, Jennifer Haywood
John Machell QC and Jennifer Haywood examine the remedy of forfeiture of trustees' remuneration.
This article was first published by Trusts and Estates Law & Tax Journal in March 2018.
Modifying Restrictive Covenants Leads to Unlocking Value
Property Investor News , March 2018
Authors: Andrew Francis
Andrew Francis comments in Property Investor News on the potential to change the use of land despite the presence of restrictive covenants.