The persons who collectively are entitled to receive income and capital payments from a trust fund, in accordance with the rules set out in the trust deed.
Beneficiaries are the family members or other people who you have designated to be the recipients of the money from a life insurance policy in the event of your death. Beneficiaries are also referred to as survivors.
Beneficiaries are the people who inherit your estate when you die. You can select as many beneficiaries as you wish.
Person/s who benefit from a trust.
People who benefit from the projects.
People who will become legally entitled to the benefit of goods or property on the death of the original owner. (see also Making a Will)
These are people who need help. Sometimes they are confused and difficult to get to or even find, but as a humanitarian its important that we give them life saving relief supplies and maintain there humanitarian access.
The individuals, groups or organisations who, in their own view and whether targeted or not, benefit directly or indirectly from the development intervention. In this Guide, they are referred to as the primary stakeholders of a project.
People or organisation named to benefit under the terms of a Will. This could be by specific item (e.g. jewellery) or amount or percentage of overal estate value
individuals who are qualified by law to benefit from a particular trust. Hawaiians of 50% blood quantum or more are, by Federal law, beneficiaries of the Hawaiian Homes Act.
Beneficiaries generally receive a lawful status as a result of their relationship to a Lawful US Citizen.
Beneficiaries are the people that NGOs and donors ultimately aim to help. They are the most important of all an NGO's stakeholders.
In a living trust, the persons and/or organizations who receive the trust assets (or benefit from the trust assets) after the death of the trust grantor.
means the person or persons you mention in your will and who you want to benefit under your Will.
Those who benefit from community activities.
The recipient of funds, property, or other benefits, as from an insurance policy or will. The person or people who will receive the assets of the trust upon the trustor's death.
Beneficiaries are the people who you have designated to be the recipients of the funds from a life insurance policy if you should die. Beneficiaries may also be referred to as survivors.
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The â€œbeneficiariesâ€ are the persons or companies who may benefit from the assets held in a trust. Or the person to whom an inheritance passes after being named in a will.
if you die, your beneficiaries are the people who receive your death benefit. They may be your dependants, or it could be your estate. Where the policy is not written through a superannuation fund, the beneficiaries can include your spouse, children, company or charity.
It is generally considered appropriate to establish an occupational pension scheme by way of a trust in order to separate the scheme assets (contributions) from those of the employer (company) and to ensure that the company does not become liable for the scheme. The trust will be established by way of a trust deed, and the assets will be the responsibility of the trustees (either individuals or a corporate trustee) who must act in the best interests of the beneficiaries i.e. the scheme members and pensioners.
People named in a life insurance policy who receive the proceeds of an insurance contract when the insured dies.
Aliens on whose behalf a U.S. citizen, legal permanent resident, or employer have filed a petition for such aliens to receive immigration benefits from the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service. Beneficiaries generally receive a lawful status as a result of their relationship to a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident, or U.S. employer.