Second report on trustees" powers of investment
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Second report on trustees" powers of investment miscellaneous powers : report of the Property Law and Equity Reform Committee. by New Zealand. Property Law and Equity Reform Committee.

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Published by P.D. Hasselberg, Govt. Printer in Wellington, N.Z .
Written in English



  • New Zealand.


  • Legal investments -- New Zealand.

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Edition Notes

Cover title: Trustees" statutory powers of investment.

Other titlesTrustees" statutory powers of investment.
LC ClassificationsLAW
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2755837M
LC Control Number86109212

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UTC § lists specific powers, which can be modified by the terms of the trust, but these specific powers simply give the trustee just about any power needed to administer the property for the beneficiaries, including the following. Trust Property. Collect trust property or abandon property of little worth; buy, sell, exchange, or partition property;.   Not only do trustees have wide powers of investment, especially since the introduction of Trustee Act , they are also under a positive duty to invest. Warning bells should start to ring if a significant element of the trust fund is uninvested (held in cash) for a long period. A trustee may invest in almost any type of investment. appreciate the changes made by the Trustee Act concerning the trustees’ power of investment of trust funds understand the trustees’ powers of maintenance and advancement under ss 31 and 32 of the Trustee Act Introduction. The office of trustee is subject to a wide-ranging group of duties.   The audio portion of the conference may be accessed via the telephone or by using your computer's speakers. Please refer to the instructions emailed to registrants for additional information.

  –If a gift is incomplete to the extent that the donor reserves the power to revest the property in himself. Treas Reg. § (c). • Independent Trustee: –If an independent trustee is making the distribution decision, which must be purely discretionary (no ascertainable standard), then Grantor may be a beneficiary. Powers of a trustee: Hiring and firing advisors. The grantor and the person drafting the trust instrument understand that not every trustee will be a wizard at all aspects of trust administration. Trust instruments typically give the trustee the power to hire and fire advisors. Look for this power in your trust instrument. determining the general and specific powers and duties of a Trustee under a particular trust agreement. The Indiana Trust Code, as interpreted and applied by case decisions, is the primary law which sets forth the powers and duties of a Trustee in Indiana. It is important to remember that many of a Trustee’s powers and duties as described in. The trustees must decide whether they are permitted to keep the initial trust fund as it is and if so, whether in fact they should do so. Most lifetime settlements drafted by professionals will ensure that they give the trustees the widest possible powers of investment and enable them to keep any assets transferred to them by the settlor.

  Section 4 of the Trustee Act sets out the standard investment criteria which trustees must consider, both when making an investment decision and also when reviewing investments from time to time. recognized the power of the trustor of a trust to restrict a trustee’s authority to dispose of or otherwise deal with specified trust assets for more than twenty years. 12 Del. C. § . Trustees powers of investment and delegation. The issues involved here, relates to trustee’s powers of investment and delegation of investment powers by trustee. The trustees’ investment duty is not to achieve a particular out come, but rather to invest the fund in . Published: Paper Number: 6 Project: Trustee Investment Powers () Keywords: trusts and trustees, Trustee Act, legal investments, powers of trustee, trustee investment, business & non-profits, wills, estates & life planning, mutual funds, modern portfolio theory, delegation, Trustee Act Modernization Committee The following report is available in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format.