Garrow and Kelly Law of Trusts and Trustees, 7th edition
Garrow and Kelly Law of Trusts and Trustees is a text that has stood the test of time.
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For nearly 100 years, Garrow and Kelly Law of Trusts and Trustees has been the acknowledged New Zealand authority on trust law, cited regularly by the New Zealand Courts including the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal.
The familiar text has been updated for the new seventh edition by Greg and Chris Kelly, two experienced practitioners with recognised expertise in this area of law. The new edition not only includes reference to the new cases in New Zealand and overseas, but also notes the work of the New Zealand Law Commission and other current developments.