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Practical Trust Precedents

Practical Trust Precedents
Number of volumes: 1
Practice Area:  Trusts Law
ISBN:  9780414095298
Editorial Team: Withers LLP
Subscription Information: 1 Release a year, Charge By Release
Format:  Looseleaf, eBook - ProView
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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

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