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Practical Trust Precedents
Practical Trust Precedents
Number of volumes: 1
Practice Area:  Trusts Law
ISBN:  9780851211831
Editorial Team: Withers LLP
Subscription Information: 1 release a year, Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Looseleaf
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Practical Trust Precedents has all the material you need to create watertight trusts. It looks at the reasons for having a trust, the selection of an appropriate trust and the benefits of particular types of trust:

  • Provides you with expert guidance on established trusts, their use in practice and the ensuing consequences
  • Flags up tax implications throughout
  • Considers the route most likely to achieve optimum tax efficiency
  • Provides an entire library of complete documents, with alternative and additional clauses and ancillary documents
  • Includes documents for special situations, with core precedents for the major types of trust, including: accumulation and maintenance trusts; non-interest in possession (discretionary) trusts; interest in possession trusts; insurance trusts; and public trusts
  • Includes a full analysis of the new inheritance tax regime as it applies to accumulation and maintenance settlements, non-interest in possession settlements, and interest in possession settlements
  • Reflects changes introduced by the Finance Act 2006 and the Civil Partnership Act 2004
  • Includes sample tax returns, calculations and specimen annotated trusts tailor-made for use in practice

Other service options include:

Lawtel Precedents Trusts
  • Accumulation and maintenance settlements
  • Non-interest in possession settlements
  • Interest in possession settlements
  • Insurance trusts
  • Subsidiary documents
  • Public settlements
  • Foreign law
  • Administrative powers

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Updating releases are charged for individually when published. On receipt of your initial order for the looseleaf mainwork, we will register you for the updating services. When a new updating release is published, you will automatically receive the release along with the invoice. Please inform us, in writing, if at any time you wish to cancel the updating service. We will cancel the service and will not send you further releases

1 updating release published per annum
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