PLEASE NOTE that, due to the corona virus related university changes,
traditional examinations are not going ahead and module leaders are
instead providing alternative assessments that fulfil the learning
outcomes. These take the form of courseworks and apply the normal
conditions as would apply to coursework (see below).
Instructions: Answer 3 questions of the 6 listed below.
Word Limit: 3000 words excluding footnotes, bibliography and other items
listed in rule 6.75 of the Academic Regulations:
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Written assignments must not exceed the specified maximum number of words.
When a written assignment is marked, the excessive use of words beyond the
word limit is reflected in the academic judgement of the piece of work which
results in a lower mark being awarded for the piece of work (regulation 6.74).
Submission Date: This assignment must be submitted via Turnitin
Grade Mark on VLE by no later than 14:00 on 17 May 2021
Students can submit assignments late (ie: after the published or extended
deadline), up to five working days after the published (or extended) deadline.
The element of assessment to which the assignment contributes is capped at
40% (regulation 6.53).
Mitigation – Academic Regulations (Twelfth Edition August 2019) 6.112 –
6.118 Claims for mitigation are submitted by the student, or in exceptional
circumstances (e.g. when a student has been hospitalised) by a Director
of Studies or Student Adviser on behalf of the student, no later than five
working days after the published (or extended) submission deadline for
the assessment task or the date on which an examination was held.
Further details: This assignment must be completed individually.
For further guidance see Academic Honesty Policy:
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Referencing: Work must be properly referenced (see Academic
Honesty Policy above) and you must use the OSCOLA system. For further
guidance on OSCOLA
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1) One of the three certainties that Lord Langdale MR identified in Knight and
Knight is certainty of object.
Explain what he meant by that certainty, the forms it can take and the
relevant cases that interpret it.
2) Barclay’s Bank v Quistclose Investments  AC 567 is the leading case
for automatic resulting trusts.
Explain what a resulting trust is, provide your own example and describe
3) Briefly explain if it is possible for a trustee to purchase the Trust Property and
explain in detail the ‘self-dealing rule’ with reference to the relevant cases.
4) The case of Royal Brunei Airlines v Tan  helps explaining the issue of
Explain the facts of the case and what do we understand by dishonest
5) The first category of a charitable purpose is the relief of poverty.
Explain what the leading cases understand can and cannot be considered
as a relief of poverty.
6) Brightman J in Ottaway v Norman  set out the elements necessary for
a secret trust.
Explain which those elements are, explain the issues behind this case and
refer to other relevant applicable cases.
Type of service: Academic Paper Writing
Type of assignment: Essay
Number of Sources: 3
Academic level: Undergraduate
Paper Format: OSCOLA
Line spacing: Double
Language style: UK English