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Sunday, August 29, 2021

Article: Choice of Law for Cross-Border Trust Disputes in Japan: The Case for Adopting the Hague Trusts Convention

Ying Khai Liew recently published an article entitled, Choice of Law for Cross-Border Trust Disputes in Japan: The Case for Adopting the Hague Trusts Convention, Wills, Trusts, & Estates Law ejournal (2021). Provided below is the abstract to the Article: Estate planning

This paper argues that cross-border trust disputes cannot adequately be dealt with using the existing choice of law rules in Japan, because pigeonholing trusts within any of those established choice of law categories distorts a proper understanding of trusts law and disappoints the autonomy and legitimate expectations of parties. Ultimately, this paper suggests that serious consideration ought to be given to adopting the Convention and the dedicated trusts choice of law rules it provides.

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/trusts_estates_prof/2021/08/article-choice-of-law-for-cross-border-trust-disputes-in-japan-the-case-for-adopting-the-hague-trust.html

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