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Buyer’s remorse

Trusts can seem like a great idea.  And then one day a settlor can be confronted with the reality of the loss of control and cast around for someone to blame.  In addressing the realities of trust ownership, the exercise of powers of removal and appointment can offer a solution to issues with the dynamics between … Continue reading

Highly unusual – or not?

In the Matter of the Representation of Scarlett Investment Holdings Limited addresses an application for rectification by a de facto trustee in circumstances where the settlor of three trusts settled by declarations of trust dated 23 February 1982 had died and the original trustee, a BVI private company was believed to have been struck off from … Continue reading

Executors’ obligations to account

The role of executor of an estate and the on-going responsibilities and obligations are not always well understood.  Where there is a legal advisor the executor may be well schooled in the relevant obligations and the administration of the estate can be expected to proceed in a timely and proper manner. However, sometimes this is not … Continue reading

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