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Publication Date: 2007
Mark L. Ascher, Grayson M.P. McCouch
This volume meets the needs of students in basic and advanced courses on wills, trusts, decedents' estates, fiduciary administration, and future interests, providing a selection of essential statutory provisions and official comments. From wills formalities to probate administration; rules of construction to the statutory rule against perpetuities; and prudent investment to principal and income, SELECTED STATUTES ON TRUSTS AND ESTATES provides a one-stop source. The 2007 edition includes recently-promulgated uniform acts on disclaimers and powers of attorney. It is the statutory supplement that you rely on regardless of casebook preference. With its consistent timeliness and reasonable student pricing this publication will be a staple in classrooms nationwideMark L. Ascher is the author of 'Selected Statutes on Trusts and Estates, 2007 Edition', published 2007 under ISBN 9780314181459 and ISBN 0314181458.
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