International Trust Precedents: Special Offer to Current Looseleaf Subscribers

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Using overseas trusts can be one of the most highly effective methods of protecting business funds, reducing tax payments or reorganising control of assets and property. However, the utmost care must be taken to ensure that offshore trusts meet the need of the parties concerned, comply with the host jurisdiction's legal requirements and offer maximum protection from unwanted predators. International Trust Precedents provides a complete library of documents, with clear supporting commentary, to create effective trusts in key overseas jurisdictions. Not only is it possible to compare different countries to see which jurisdictions are most suitable, but there is also the necessary back-up information on relevant trust law, company law, taxation and administration. In addition, the work considers the UK implications of using offshore jurisdictions, deals with the possibility of establishing and transferring UK trusts overseas, and examines the position of offshore trustees. Complete precedents written in a clear and easy-to-follow style and backed up by expert commentary Looks at the relevant company and trust law of each jurisdiction Explains how the use of overseas trusts can aid international business planning Explains the position of offshore trustees The full text of the precedents is now also available on disk in Word format to enable speedy drafting of documents without the need to rekeyshow more

Product details

  • CD-ROM
  • Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
  • SWEET & MAXWELL
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0421860707
  • 9780421860704

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Australia. Bahamas. Bermuda. British Virgin Islands. Cayman Islands. Cook Islands. Eire. England. Jersey. Guernsey. Gibraltar. Hong Kong. Prince Edward Island. Scotland. United States of America.show more