Definitions for "Trusts"
A trust is a legal entity where a person/persons or company holds property in trust beneficially for others. There are several different forms of trust e.g. family discretionary trusts and unit trusts. Specific details can be obtained from your accountant, legal or other professional advisor. Click here to link to Mellor Olsson's website.
A way of holding money, property, or other assets that protects them from taxes, keeps property out of probate, and gives a measure of control over assets.
Trusts are used in many ways but particularly so where the policy is taken out to provide family protection or inheritance tax funding. Where the life policy is set up under trust the proceeds the proceeds are paid to trustees who then pass on to the beneficiaries in accordance with the terms of the trust deed.
In Conflict of Laws, the Hague Convention on the Law Applicable to Trusts and on Their Recognition was concluded on 1 July 1985 and entered into force 1 January 1992. The Convention aims to harmonise not only the municipal law definitions of a trust both within the USA and outside the USA, but also the Conflict rules for resolving problems in the choice of the lex causae.
NHS Trusts, providers of healthcare services
organizations that attempted to control certain markets in the late nineteenth century; they were designed to allow an individual or group owning a small fraction of the total industry to exercise control
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