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SETTING UP A TRUST

A trust is the legal relationship created when the settlor places assets under the control of the trustee, for the benefit of another person or other people (the beneficiaries) or for a specific purpose.

The assets transferred to the trustees become their property, but they hold the assets on trust for the beneficiaries. The trustees are therefore the nominal owners of the property, but they have a legal obligation to deal with the property in the manner set out in the deed.

It is common that there is more than one trustee and more than one settlor of a trust.

‘FIXED’ AND ‘DISCRETIONARY’ TRUSTS

Fixed (non discretionary) trusts – with this type of trust, the number of beneficiaries and their relative shares are fixed from the outset. For example, a trust might be established for a child with a disability to ensure that the child will be properly cared for in the unfortunate event of the death of a parent or guardian.

Discretionary trusts – with this trust, the trust deed gives the trustees a discretion about matters such as who may be a beneficiary and what each beneficiary’s share will be. These are more common than fixed trusts.

Note that a particular trust deed might create both a fixed trust and a discretionary trust.

GETTING PROPER LEGAL ADVICE

Trusts have become an increasingly popular way of structuring one’s affairs. It is important for those intending to use a trust to be clear on the legal relationships and obligations involved.

You should obtain legal advice before setting up a trust. Your lawyer will assist you with, in particular, drawing up the principal document creating the trust, which is called the ‘trust deed’.

THE ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS OF A TRUST

Introduction:
A trust must have the following essential elements:

  • a settlor (the person who creates the trust)
  • the assets to put into the trust
  • a trust deed (the legal document setting up the trust)
  • one or more trustees (those in charge of administering the trust)
  • beneficiaries

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