By Q. Cicero (?); J. Murrell, D.W. Taylor (trans.)

An writer, most likely Quintus Cicero, offers suggestion to a candidate for the consulship at Rome within the 60s BC.

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In both of the examples in this paragraph a resulting trust will exist unless it can be proved that the transferor intended to make a gift to the transferee. qxd 3/20/09 9:43 AM Page 14 CHAPTER 1 GROWTH OF EQUITY AND THE EVOLUTION OF THE TRUST See Chapter 10 p. 235 for a discussion of resulting trusts. g. husband transferring property or having property conveyed into the name of his wife, and father transferring property or having property conveyed into the name of his child) where the presumption of advancement displaces the presumption of resulting trust and the law presumes that a gift was intended and so in these cases there will be a resulting trust only if the presumption of gift is rebutted.

This development took place at the same time as lawyers began to be appointed as Chancellors and eventually a body of law evolved which was as fixed and rigid as the common law. This move towards a more predictable, precedent-based system started at the end of the seventeenth century and coincided with the refinement of the reporting of cases heard in the Chancery courts. Conflicts between equity and the common law The general approach of equity was to follow the common law unless there was a sound reason to do otherwise.

It will be recalled that since the Norman Conquest the Crown owns all land. Under the feudal system all land was held under the Crown in exchange for the provision of money or services. The Crown granted estates in land to certain lords who in turn could allow others to hold from them, again in return for money or services. Over a period of time the obligations to provide services were converted into money, but with the effect of inflation these payments lost their value and were often not collected.

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