Nevill’s Trusts Drafting Handbook, 3rd edition (eBook)

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Nevill’s Trusts Drafting Handbook, 3rd edition is a practical tool for practitioners working in the area of trusts law.

NZD$ 160.00
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ISBN/ISSN: 9781988546285

Product description

Nevill’s Trusts Drafting Handbook is a practical set of precedents, incorporating the need for trusts to be written in plain English, and representing the common issues that emerge.

The handbook is designed to be useful in particular to smaller firms without large law firm precedent resources. It provides a “technical” and practical resource as a companion to the highly successful Nevill’s Law of Wills, Trusts, and Administration, 13th edition, 2018. The precedents enable the needs of lawyers and legal executives to be met.

This edition has been updated to reflect the substantial changes to trusts law, as enacted by the Trusts Act 2019. It also comes with a bonus one-month trial access to a set of online precedents.

Related Titles

- Parsons Nevill’s Will Drafting Handbook, 8th edition, 2020
- Breach Nevill’s Companion to the Trusts Act 2019, 2020
- Breach Nevill’s Law of Wills, Trusts and Administration, 13th edition, 2019
- Law of Trusts (online resource)
- Wills and Succession (online resource)


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Table of contents

Chapter One: Interviewing the Settlor

Chapter Two: Drafting the trust instrument

Chapter Three: Elements of a trust instrument

Chapter Four: Resolutions/Minutes

Chapter Five: Other trust documents associated with administration

Chapter Six: Retirements and appointments

Chapter Seven: Trust documents altering a trust

Chapter Eight: Miscellaneous

Chapter Nine: Samples of trust instruments and documents