Awan Hammad

    Hi Kylie

    My understanding is that there is no requirement for bare trust deeds to have a name of the trust. I have seen bare trust deeds that have a name of the trust and seen them with no name for the trust.

    I have always assumed it is just different ways that lawyers prepare them.

    If any other forum member has a view please let the forum know.



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