The curriculum for this semester has changed a little, so I’m downloading cases to complement my revised lecture notes. Anyway, I have just been downloading cases from the Commonwealth Law Reports. It seems fascinating to me that Calverley v Green (resulting trust case) was in the same volume as Jaensch v Coffey (nervous shock & negligence case) and Nelson v Nelson (resulting trust case) was in the same volume as Vadasz v Pioneer Concrete (rescission on terms). Somehow I had never thought of those cases as occurring at the same time.
Yeah, I know I am quite crazy. After all, I think that different kinds of trusts have different flavours. Resulting trusts, of course, are peppermint flavoured. Common-intention constructive trusts are strawberry flavoured. Maybe I’d better stop there.