Law Commission Trusts Paper – the Preferred Approach


Readers may be interested in the Law Commission’s “Review of the Law of Trusts – Preferred Approach”, including all the Issues papers circulated amongst the legal profession and other interested parties over the last few years.

As it weighs in with a hefty 307 pages, there is a “Summary of Preferred Approach” of a mere 51 pages.

I haven’t yet found the time to digest even the Summary, so will refrain from offering opinions just as yet.

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I am a partner of Carter Atmore Law...residing in City Road just off the busy thoroughfare of Symonds Street, Auckland, New Zealand....where we are specialist business & property development lawyers, working for both local and international clients. Proud husband to Joanna, and dad to two sons. Passionate rugby supporter. Email: imcintosh@calaw.co.nz Ph: 64 9 921 5026
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