The language of trust law (2)

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The term trust refers to an arrangement in which assets are held by one party, called the trustee, for the benefit of another, the beneficiary. Trusts were originally developed in common law countries as a way of managing and passing on wealth. Some civil law jurisdictions have developed similar systems, sometimes adapted from anglo-saxon trust […]

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