This chapter argues that for the French trust to thrive, it must have a legal framework that protects the trust fund. The legal means by which French law protects the trust fund: not only should there be rules to prevent the trust fund from enduring a loss, but also there should be remedies once a loss has been caused. Preventive and corrective measures of protection of the trust fund seem to be the minimum necessary for the French trust to survive and thrive. This study is a comparative study between French and English law.
|Title of host publication||Property Law Perspectives III|
|Number of pages||14|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|