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A new Trusts Act for New Zealand
A new Trusts Act replaces the Trustee Act 1956 to make the law more accessible to trustees and beneficiaries of trusts.
New Zealand
26 Jul 2019
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Under what circumstances should you form a trust?
Some of the common purposes of a trust, and the structures which can be utilised, will be discussed in this article.
New Zealand
22 Jun 2019
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Update on the Trusts Bill
While not codifying trust law, the Trusts Bill will clarify the rights and obligations of everyone involved in a trust.
New Zealand
18 May 2019
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Trusts bill progressing in Parliament - a new disclosure regime
The bill will clarify and modernise the law, and place obligations on trustees to disclose information to beneficiaries.
New Zealand
7 Dec 2017
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Beneficiary access to trust information - the final word from the Supreme Court
Trustees are often confronted with requests for information from beneficiaries concerning the administration of a trust.
New Zealand
16 Mar 2017
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Another step towards new legislation for trusts
The new Trusts legislation merely aims to restate the existing law, while providing clarity and updating the language.
New Zealand
 
30 Nov 2016
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The Supreme Court decision in Clayton v Clayton – What does this mean for the family trust?
The latest Supreme Court case regarding family trusts is in two decisions in respect of one family, in Clayton v Clayton.
New Zealand
 
8 Jun 2016
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Charitable trusts – what you need to know
If you are establishing a charitable trust to promote a cause that you support, you should consider these fundamentals.
New Zealand
4 May 2016
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Supreme Court releases decision in Clayton v Clayton - but is it the last word on relationship property and trusts?
The case involved disputes about relationship property matters and the validity of trusts, after a marriage dissolution.
New Zealand
28 Mar 2016
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Disclosure of trust documents to beneficiaries – Latest guidelines from the Court of Appeal
The Court confirmed there is no automatic right to documents for beneficiaries – disclosure is a discretionary decision.
New Zealand
7 Mar 2016
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