This assignment forms half of the assessment for this module.
Your assignment must be handed in via TurnItIn by 2:30pm on Wednesday, November 10th, 2021. Any work submitted after the deadline will be awarded a mark of zero.
The overall word limit for the assignment is 2500 words. There is no 10% leeway on the maximum word count. You must declare your word count at the end of your essay.
Please list in a bibliography at the end of the essay the sources (books and other materials) consulted in writing your essay. Any quotations should be accompanied by a full reference with page numbers. In all Law modules, footnotes for referencing purposes will not count towards the word limit. The OSCOLA referencing style must be used.
Wilde, David. “The Three Certainties Required To Declare A Trust – Or Is It Four? Distributional Certainty.’” Cambridge Law Journal 79.2 (2020): 349–359
a. Summarise the article, including its content and central argument. (Approximately 500 words). [20% of total mark].
b. Explain and evaluate the arguments contained in the article including; the arguments put forward by Wilde to support his viewpoint, the evidence to substantiate this arguments, and explaining why the evidence substantiates the argument Wilde proposes (approximately 1000 words). [40% of total mark].
c. Explain the possible arguments to oppose Wilde’s viewpoint, and the evidence to support those counter arguments. (approximately 1000 words) [40% of total mark].
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