Person who creates an inter vivos trust.
The Settlor is the person who establishes the Trust. He is the person who transfers money or other property to the Trustees for them to hold upon the terms of the Trust.
The person who creates and funds a trust. Also known as a trustor or grantor.
A person who puts property into a trust. For inheritance tax purposes a settlor is the person who makes a settlement or who directly or indirectly provides the assets for a settlement.
The person who sets up a trust. Also referred to as "grantor."
Another term for the grantor or creator of a trust.
A person who established a living trust.
A person who places assets into a trust.
A person who creates a trust. Also known as a grantor or trustor.
Person who sets up a trust. Also called grantor, trustor, and occasionally, donor.
The person who establishes and transfers property into a trust.
The settlor is the person that starts the trust and owns the assets before the trust is set in place. They are responsible for choosing the trustees and beneficiaries. They set up the trust with all the options they desire. It is considered to be the settlor's trust fund.
The person setting up a trust. Same as grantor or trustor.
A settlor is the term given to an individual setting up assets under a trust. The settlor agrees the provisions of the trust deed, appoints the trustees and specifies the beneficiaries under the trust.
The person(s) who originally established the trust – they place assets into the trust to be held for certain purposes.
The settlor is the person who establishes the trust by transferring assets to the trustee to hold under the terms of the trust deed.
The creator of a trust who gifts money or assets to it for the benefit of others.
the person who sets up or "settles" a trust. Also called a "grantor" or "trustor."
the person who creates a trust with his or her property
Another word for grantor or trustor of a trust. The person who "settles" the assets into the trust.
One who creates a trust.
The person who creates a trust. That person can also be called the trustor.
A settlor is a person who "settles" property on a trustee. The term settlor is used in the text to refer both to a person who creates a trust during their lifetime, and a person who creates a trust as part of their will (a testator).
Trustor; Grantor. Old term for one who establishes a trust.
Someone who creates a Trust.
One (the entity) who (which) creates or settles an offshore trust.
One who settles property on another by means of a trust.
A person who establishes a trust.
The dictionary defines settlor as "a person who makes a settlement of property." When the trust instrument says that "the Fellowship of Narcotics Anonymous... is the Settlor and Trustor," it means that the fellowship is the creator of both the property being placed in trust and the trust itself, and therefore maintains equitable ownership of the trust property. (Instrument, Article II)
The person who executes a deed to convey title to property, or who creates a trust. Also called a creator, grantor, donor, or trustor.
The person who creates a trust by transferring assets to a trustee, to be administered for the benefit of a group of people known as beneficiaries.
The person who makes a gift to an inter vivos trust.
The person who actually creates a trust by donating property to be managed and administered by a trustee but from which all profits would go to a beneficiary. The law books of some countries refer to this person as a " donor."
The person who creates and provides the funds for a trust.
The individual who establishes a trust.
The person who sets up a trust. Also called the grantor or donor.
In law a settlor is a person who settles property on express trust for the benefit of beneficiaries. In some legal systems, a settlor is also referred to as a trustor, or occasionally, a grantor or donor.In common law legal systems outside of the U.S.A., a donor is usually refer to someone who grants a "power" in distinction to a "trust". Where the trust is a testamentary trust, they are usually referred to as the testator.