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Reading a family trust deed

Published on 18 Jun 02 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This seminar paper discusses family trust deeds including: what is a settlor, what is the role of an appointor and a guardian, why do we need a vesting day, what are default beneficiaries, how can a trust deed be varied, what is net income in a trust deed and how is it distributed, can the same trustee act for different trusts, and how can trust capital be distributed.

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Graeme HALPERIN
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