Trusts
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Trusts is a practical legal publication dealing with the establishment of a trust, amending an existing trust, and bringing a trust to an end through vesting or termination.

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Trusts is a practical legal publication dealing with the establishment of a trust, amending an existing trust, and bringing a trust to an end through vesting or termination. The publication covers the various types of trust structure, including discretionary, bare, interest in possession, vulnerable beneficiary, and charitable trusts.

The commentary has been prepared by experienced legal practitioners with significant knowledge of trust law and discusses crucial issues such as the financial planning and asset protection merits of different trust structures. There is specific guidance on the rights and obligations of beneficiaries and trustees, including corporate trustees, taxation requirements including income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax, and dispute resolution.

Precedents provided with this publication include:

  • Discretionary trust deed;
  • Bare trust deed;
  • Interest in possession trust deed;
  • Vulnerable beneficiary trust deed;
  • Deed of assignment;
  • Deed of novation;
  • Deed of variation;
  • Deed of appointment of part of the trust fund;
  • Deed of appointment of whole and termination of the trust fund.

The comprehensive Retainer Instructions ensures nothing is missed and the client is properly advised.

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