Definition of Implied trust
1. Noun. A trust inferred by operation of law.
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Literary usage of Implied trust
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1. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1910)
"... the petition should be construed more properly as an effort to assert title on account of an implied trust resulting from a purchase in which the ..."
2. Wills, Estates, and Trusts: A Manual of Law, Accounting, and Procedure, for by Thomas Conyngton, Harold C. Knapp, Paul Whittier Pinkerton (1921)
"In most of the states any such expression is held to show an intention to create a trust, and the implied trust will be carried into effect by declaring the ..."
3. The American Law of Real Property by Francis Hilliard (1869)
"General classification of; distinction between an express and implied trust; cannot contradict a deed. 3. Contract to convey land. 4. ..."
4. Code Remedies: Remedies and Remedial Rights by the Civil Action According to by John Norton Pomeroy, Thomas Ashford Bogle (1904)
"implied trustee Necessary Party in Actions to reach Property Impressed with implied trust or to enforce a Lien thereon. Examples. ..."
5. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1914)
"implied trust An "implied trust" Is one which arises by operation of law. Norton v. Bassett. 97 Рас. 894, 895, 154 Cal. 411, 129 Am. St. Rep. 162. ..."
6. A Treatise on the Law of Trusts and Trust Settlements: Including Its by John M'Laren (1863)
"Ax implied trust, as defined by Mr Lewin, is one declared by a implied Trust party, not directly, but only by implication (a). Being created by the declared ..."
7. Handbook of the Law of Trusts by George Gleason Bogert (1921)
"The Statute of Frauds will not prevent the creation of an implied trust without a ... But equity may hold B. as trustee of the lands under an implied trust, ..."