Trusts: In Principle - a new addition to the Lawbook Co. In Principle series - is designed to give readers an introduction to the law of Trusts. Traditionally Trusts are taught in conjunction with Equity, with most texts reflecting Equity as the stronger subject. This book ensures that the reader has sufficient understanding of Trusts to be able to know how to handle most Trusts problems likely to come their way. Typical problems presented to the reader involve deciding how the law will resolve the outcomes of various issues. However, the most important reason for learning the law of Trusts is not to sort out problems, but to ensure that they do not arise in the first place. It is for this reason that Trusts: In Principle has been developed. With its commitment to student-centred learning, Trusts: In Principle offers a concise representation of complex concepts and principles in the law of Trusts and provides an excellent learning tool for students: . outline of key principles; . practice questions at the end of each chapter to help the reader assess the degree to which they have understood the various principles outlined in the chapter; and. tutorial questions.