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trust fund

n. the principal (called the corpus) of a trust made up of its assets and, sometimes, accumulated profits. (See: trust)

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The sources said Tareen was returning with some documents on English Trust Law.
DIFCs established Wealth Management sector, comprising around 200 asset management companies and specialist advisors, stand to benefit significantly from DIFCs new private wealth regime, inclusive of the newly proposed Trust Law and Foundation Law regimes.
DIFC's established Wealth Management sector, comprising around 200 asset management companies and specialist advisors, stand to benefit significantly from DIFC's new private wealth regime, inclusive of the newly proposed Trust Law and Foundation Law regimes.
The proposed new Trust Law and Foundations Law will significantly enhance [the] DIFC's wealth management proposition by ensuring that lifetime and succession planning for families at the centre will have a robust legal status.
The Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) on Tuesday proposed a new Trust Law regime and new Foundation Law regime.
Applicants should be able to demonstrate that a substantial portion of their practice is focused in the area of real property, probate or trust law.
The Trust Law Committee projects include benefiting beneficiaries verses effectuating a settlor's intent, compensation for co-trustees, the Uniform Trust Decanting Act, notifications for charitable trusts and the definition of, powers, and duties of trust protectors, trust advisors, and special trustees.
In the event of a change affecting your future contributions to your fund, trust law allows the terms of the trust to be rewritten with infinite flexibility.
However, trust law generally provides an exception to the general rule that plaintiffs are required to prove all elements of their claim in regard to trustees.
In addition to a general introduction, topics include: real property and personal property, conveyancing law and trust law, the feudal system in England and Ireland, the doctrine of estates, the origins of common law, development of equity, home rule, the influence of English land law, the registration systems, and recent developments.
Under traditional trust law, the trustee is responsible for everything.
We recognise REITs as an important investment asset class and we are positive that the unit trust structure would facilitate the establishment of a variety of innovative products, utilising the Financial Trust Law of Bahrain in addition to the current CIU regulations.