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A Matter of Trusts: Changing the trustee of a trust

Published on 01 Nov 05 by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE

Generally, any person or entity that is capable at law of holding property in its own right may be appointed as a trustee. The appointment of a trustee may occur by the instrument creating the trust in accordance with the settlor's direction, by following the process described in an existing trust's deed or by appointment of a Court pursuant to a statutory power.

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Vittoria De Stefano
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Joanna Monahan CTA
Joanna is a Principal of Monahan Legal. Joanna is a taxation and superannuation expert and has a Master of Laws, with a focus on taxation. Joanna is a Law Institute of Victoria Accredited Specialist in Tax Law. She provides practical advice to accountants, businesses and high net worth individuals in areas such as business structuring, succession planning, business agreements, asset protection and superannuation. Current at 01 July 2014 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Joanna MONAHAN.
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