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The trustee did it

One of the stated purposes behind the proposed new Trusts Act (currently in the form of a draft bill) is to make trust law clearer and more accessible.  Laudable,  but is it realistic?  The naysayers need not go much further than the decision in NZ Natural Therapy Limited (in Liquidation) v Little.  A little bit of background … Continue reading

If at first you don’t succeed

This blog, which might just as easily be entitled “Flat earth Society members need not apply”, considers the charitable status of cryogenics research. “[1] The possibility of life after death is, perhaps, one of humanity’s oldest preoccupations. Resurrection is at the heart of Christian ideology. And from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, HG Welles’ When the Sleeper … Continue reading