I. Uses and The Statute of Uses.

Sec. 94. Origin of uses.

95. Jurisdiction assumed by chancery.

96. Characteristics of a use.

97. Creation of a use.

98. Persons bound by the use. 99 The Statute of Uses.

100. Effect of the statute.

101. Resulting uses after the statute..

102. Uses not within the statute.

II. Trusts.

Sec. 103. The nature of a trust.

(a) General considerations.

(b) The nature of the cestui's rights.

(c) Cestui's rights recognized only in equity. Sec. 104. Capacity of parties to a trust.

105. Necessity of definite cestui.

106. Express trusts.

(a) Language sufficient for creation.

(b) Not created by invalid gift.

(c) Necessity of writing.

(d) Consideration unnecessary.

(e) Delivery and acceptance.

(f) Testamentary trusts.

(g) Quantum of the trustee's estate. Sec. 107. Resulting trusts.

(a) General nature.

(b) In favor of donor.

(c) In favor of person paying consideration.

Sec. 108. Constructive trusts.

(a) Arising from fraud.

(b) Not arising from fraud. Sec. 109. Active and passive trusts.

110. Executed and executory trusts.

111. Duties and powers of trustees.


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Equitable Ownership.

112. Compensation of trustee.

113. Transfer of equitable interest.

114. Transfer of legal estate.

115. Appointment and substitution of trustees.

116. Termination of the trust.

(a) In accordance with creator's intention.

(b) By merger.

(c) Effect on legal title.

(d) Option in cestuis. Sec. 117. Charitable trusts.

III. Equitable Conversion.

Sec. 118. The doctrine in general.

119. Results of application of doctrine.

120. Imperative direction necessary.

121. Time of conversion.

122. Interests undisposed of.

123. Election against conversion.

124. Conversion by paramount authority.

IV. Interests Arising Under Contracts of Sale.

Sec. 125. Operation of contract in equity.

126. Risk of loss before conveyance.

127. Succession on death.

128. Application of doctrine of conversion.

T. Uses and The Statute of Uses.