The drafting of trust deeds has changed enormously over the last 30 years. A common problem for trustees administering trusts is that circumstances have changed but there is limited ability for the trustees to adapt.It is now common to see variation powers or powers of amendment included in trust deeds. These allow parties, usually the trustees, to make variations to terms of the trust where necessary to ensure the smooth running or proper administration of the trust. Where a trust deed requires variation, but does not contain an express variation power, there are still ways that the variation can be achieved.
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All lawyers who administer trusts, draft trust deeds or who undertake trust litigation should attend. Legal executives who work with estate and trust administration will also will benefit from attending.
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