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Kantian perspective on fiduciary relationships (Immanuel Kant).

Julia M. Evans

Kantian perspective on fiduciary relationships (Immanuel Kant).

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    Subjects:
  • Kant, Immanuel, -- 1742-1804.,
  • University of Toronto. -- Faculty of Law -- Dissertations.,
  • Obligations (Law).,
  • Trusts and trustees.

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    This thesis argues that fiduciary relationships have a coherent and principled rationale grounded in freedom. Specifically, it is argued that fiduciary relationships may be understood in terms of Kant"s third category of private right, rights to persons akin to rights to things. The fiduciary duty of loyalty, the conflict and profit rules, the role of deterrence and the effects of consent and disclosure in the law of fiduciaries are all explored and are argued to fit within the logic of this right. The argument put forward here implies that the classification of the fiduciary obligation is categorically distinct from that of contract and property.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination147 leaves.
    Number of Pages147
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20238972M
    ISBN 100494025085

      The Supreme Court of Canada has not yet been asked to determine the issue of whether or not spouses owe each other a per se or ad hoc fiduciary duty of care, although it has, in obiter, cited a list of per se fiduciary relationships from a lower court which included spousal relationships. 4 By contrast, lower courts have considered the issue. In the second quarter edition of Fiduciary Perspective, we cover the following topics: Wealth Transfer: Taking Advantage of Low Rates and Asset Values Market Outlook Making Difficult Decisions in the Later Stages of Retirement News & Notes Most of the articles are available individually on our website. Click here to view a pdf version of Fiduciary [ ].


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Kantian perspective on fiduciary relationships (Immanuel Kant). by Julia M. Evans Download PDF EPUB FB2

Spective of care and from the perspective of Kantian theory, Held assumes that the impartiality in Kantian theory requires us not to take into consideration our personal relationships when we are making moral decisions.

The consequence of this is that we Kantian perspective on fiduciary relationships book required. (A good example would be Norman Bowie’s book, Business Ethics: A Kantian Perspective.) A more typical approach—one taken by many business ethics textbooks today—is to attempt to use insights from various ethical theories to shed light on different aspects of a particular problem.

A series of chapters focus on fiduciary relationships and the core duties associated with those relationships. For example, Paul Miller provides a new account of fiduciary relationships and their nature. From a Kantian perspective, Irit Samet considers whether fiduciary loyalty is a.

Note: A fiduciary relationship may be created by express agreement of the parties, or it may be imposed by law where established by the conduct of the parties. Typical fiduciary relationships exist between agents and principals, attorneys and clients, executors or administrators and legatees or heirs, trustees and beneficiaries, corporate.

Fiduciary law is rife with references to fiduciary relationships. Most notably, the attribution of fiduciary duties turns on the existence of a "fiduciary relationship." But does private law admit of such a construct, and if it does, is the fiduciary relationship distinctive relative to Cited by: 4.

Characteristics Of Fiduciary Relationship Law Equity Essay. Introduction. Agency is Kantian perspective on fiduciary relationships book described as a "fiduciary relationship which exists between two persons, one of whom expressly or impliedly consents that the other should act on his behalf so as to affect his relations with third parties, and the other of whom similarly manifests assent so to act or so acts pursuant to the.

Can Management Have Multi-Fiduciary Stakeholder Obligations?: /ch Evan and Freeman () once argued that managers have fiduciary obligations to act in the vital interests of all organizational stakeholders.

For some, thisCited by: 1. And this is true even for an honest, well-intentioned fiduciary. Cultivating a sense of loyalty to the principal is therefore the right step Kantian perspective on fiduciary relationships book a conscientious fiduciary.

The paper seeks to show that the recommendation to adopt a stance of fully-fledged loyalty can be incorporated into a Kantian analysis of the fiduciary by: 1. A fiduciary is a person who holds a legal or ethical Kantian perspective on fiduciary relationships book of trust with one or more other parties (person or group of persons).

Typically, a fiduciary prudently takes care of money or other assets for another person. One party, for example, a corporate trust company or the trust department of a bank, acts in a fiduciary capacity to another party, who, for example, has entrusted funds. THE FIDUCIARY RELATIONSHIP.

The physician-patient relationship is a member of a special class of legal relationships called fiduciary relationships. Through the creation of fiduciary duties, the law recognizes that there are relationships in which the parties inherently have unequal power.

fiduciary relationship: n. where one person places complete confidence in another in regard to a particular transaction or one's general affairs or business. The relationship is not necessarily formally Kantian perspective on fiduciary relationships book legally established as in a declaration of trust, but can be one of moral or personal responsibility, due to the superior knowledge and.

Fiduciary relationships appear in many legal contexts: contracts, wills, trusts and elections (e.g. of corporate directors). However, fiduciary duties and remedies draw on a common source – equity. Thus, in addition to damages – a remedy in common law – fiduciaries must account for ill-gotten profits even if their entrustors suffered no.

Kantian perspective on fiduciary relationships book Duties and Corporate Philanthropy: A Kantian Approach Article in Journal of Business Ethics (3) March with 55 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

] ECONOMIC STRUCTURE OF FIDUCIARY LAW undermined if the agent is not given room to apply that expertise on behalf of the principal to changing conditions. Active monitoring is not a satisfactory answer to the agency problem.

fiduciary relationships are being asserted and sometimes established in commercial relationships which are outside the traditional fiduciary categories.',0 P Millett, 'Equity's Place in the Law of Commerce' () LQRpp M Ogilvie, 'Fiduciary Obligations in Canada: From Concept to Principle' [].

FIDUCIARY RELATIONSHIPS IN CONTRACTUAL DEALINGS The issue is, also for the sake of this article, whether or not there is a fiduciary relationship created by the agreement. The difference is significant since if such a fiduciary relationship was created, then Party One would possibly be entitled to punitive damages in addition to the.

Learn Kantian with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of Kantian flashcards on Quizlet. This chapter focuses on the knowledge and information structure in the fiduciary context. The aim of this focus is to gain greater perspective on the distinctive features of fiduciary relationships and the laws that govern them.

By emphasizing knowledge and information, the purview of fiduciary duty is expended beyond the overburdened, and often underspecified, duties of loyalty and care.

A fiduciary relationship is defined as “a relationship in which one person is under a duty to act for the benefit of the other on the matters within the scope of the relationship.” “Fiduciary relationship usually arises in one of the four situations: (1) when one person places trust in the faithful integrity of another, who as a result gains superiority or influence over the first, (2.

From Virginia, one example of a breach in fiduciary duty case is Banks Indus., Va. S.E.2d In this case, the defendant was Author: Adam Barone. Fiduciary Relationship fiduciary relationship n: a relationship in which one party places special trust, confidence, and reliance in and is influenced by another who has a fiduciary duty to act for the benefit of the party called also confidential relationship fiduciary relation see also fiduciary duty at duty NOTE: A fiduciary relationship may be created by express agreement of the parties.

Fiduciary Relationships Fiduciary relationships are relationships in which one actor has consented to act solely in the interest of another actor. If able to do so, the other actor has also consented to the relationship.

Any interests that might conflict are supposed to be excluded. In general, fiduciary relationships are created in situations File Size: 51KB. Though they meet these requirements, impartial moral theories like Kantian moral theory have been criticized for failing to account for the value we place on personal relationships and actions done for intimates.

As an alternative, some philosophers have turned to an ethic of care, where the central value is the care given in personal Author: Marilea Elizabeth Bramer. Fiduciary relationships and constructive trusts in a commercial context.

Panesar, S. Published version deposited in CURVE March Original citation & hyperlink: Panesar, S. () Fiduciary relationships and constructive trusts in a commercial context. International Company and Commercial Law Review, volume 16 (12): File Size: KB.

] FENCING FIDUCIARY DUTIES misconduct In short, a fiduciary relationship necessarily is an agency relationship but an agency relationship is not necessarily a fiduciary relationship C. Reasons for the Narrow View One may wonder why a fiduciary duty should be limited to a relativelyFile Size: KB.

In his book Business Ethics: A Kantian perspective, he treats this all very quickly en route to getting what he wants to say his Kantian business ethics consists of. So, when he observes that to favor family or friends may put a manager in violation of a fiduciary duty, again, that’s true, but how that shows that impartiality is central to.

Fiduciary relationships are created in many legal assignments such as contracts, wills, trusts, elections, corporate settings, The main purpose for fiduciary relationships is to establish an honest and trusted relationship between two parties where one party can rely and be confident that the other person is working for their interest and are.

Introduction. For centuries, prominent jurists and political theorists have looked to private fiduciary relationships such as trusteeship, agency, and guardianship to explain and justify the authority of public officials and public institutions.

1 This tradition has attracted increasing interest over the past decade, as legal scholars have used fiduciary concepts to elucidate important. "While fiduciary duties are both necessary and fair, the judiciary have too much discretion in determining who falls within the category of fiduciary.

It would be better for all concerns to lay down fixed rules. Discuss". In this essay, a search for fiduciary relationships criteria is to be conducte. Fiduciary Perspective Q4 3 Exhibit A: Total Returns by Asset Class Asset Class Q3 YTD Equities U.S.

Large Cap S&P Index % % U.S. Small Cap Russell Index % % Developed Non -U.S. MSCI EAFE Index % % Emerging Markets MSCI Emerging Markets Index % % Non-U.S. REITs DJ Global REIT ex -US Index %. Two forms of the fiduciary relationship application to a wide range of relationships in private and public law.

Yet this dispersal, perhaps in accordance with the principle’s historically equitable orientation,8 has been 7PD Finn Fiduciary Obligations(Law Book Co, Sydney, ).File Size: KB. Ripstein's substantive account is broadly Kantian, although not developed as such: common law judges rarely refer to Kant, and the book is not meant to show otherwise.

(7) Rather, the correct understanding of tort law is thought to match a Kantian vision of private law even if courts don't consciously intend it to. We argue that it is a better way to think about the association between ethics and stakeholder theory, particularly because it allows for a theoretical and practical distinction between corporate.

Fiduciaries of Humanity How International Law Constitutes Authority Evan J. Criddle and Evan Fox-Decent. Discusses a new model of public international law where individuals as well as states are proper subjects, while human dignity has come to rival state autonomy.

A THEORY OF FIDUCIARY RELATIONSHIPS: unifies a wide variety of human relationships as fiduciary relationships and explains how the Part I of DeMott () is a concise case book on fiduciary law.

Some of the well -known works on fiduciary relationships are Maitland (), Vinter (), Scott (), Sealy (, ). gories: fiduciary relationships, fiduciary duties, economic theory, fiduciary principles in context: private law, and fiduciary principles in context: public law.

The five categories are permeable; virtually every chapter in the volume has something to say about at least one or two of the other categories.

For those looking for more detail. Professor Evan Fox-Decent, a fiduciary political theorist with an extraordinary book on this subject, tends to see state authority as the right analytical level at which to apply fiduciary norms. See generally Fox-Decent, supra note 2.

See Rave, supra note 1, at, n Of course, the real question is whether the ties. Fiduciary Relationships Introduction [1] Relationships which equity protects are known as fiduciary relationships. A relationship will be recognised as fiduciary where it arises from F undertaking to act in the interests of B in a manner which confers a discretion on F, and the exercise of discretion affects B’s economic interests.

A fiduciary must act exclusively in the interests of the. Fiduciary obligations usually arise where there is a relationship of trust and confidence between the parties, rather than 'arm's length' relationships. [6] A fiduciary relationship (which exists in equity) is distinct from a common law relationship (such as contract) which is based on personal gain.

Start studying Fiduciary Relationships. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Pdf this from a library! Fiduciaries of humanity: how international law constitutes authority.

[Evan J Criddle; Evan Fox-Decent] -- Over the past century, a new model of international law has developed under which a state's sovereign authority arises from the state's responsibility to respect, protect, and fulfill human rights.Business Relationships, West () is a concise case book and Tamar Frankel, Fiduciary Law, Oxford Univ.

Press () an up-to-date account of the law of fiduciary relationships. Some (by no means all) of the wellknown works on fiduciary relationships, besides these two books, are Robert .(D. Luban ed. ), is an example. Luban's ebook is a set of essays ebook between those who accept and those who resist the distinction between fact and value and the individualism of the ethics of autonomy.

As the editor poses the issues, however, the book emphasizes the conflict between theCited by: 9.