Posted by Common Right Group on February 12, 1998 at 08:45:09:
In Reply to: Re: TRUSTS posted by Two Cities on February 10, 1998 at 23:38:43:
: : YOU SPOKE OF PUTTING ALL ASSETS INTO A TRUST. HOW DO I FIND OUT ABOUT THE TYPE OF TRUST THAT YOU RECOMMEND
: Good question.
: Now there are trusts and trusts.
: Some issue certificates of beneficial interest.
: Some trusts are not trusts at all, they are contracts in
: the form of a trust. Contracts, indentures, contracts,
: indentures, tear across the toothed line, the dental line,
: the denture that is in the old parchment, the tear line.
: Why a single trust?
: Now if someone would post the exact and literal text of trust
: indentures here, I would be quite interested in reading them.
: Some indentures (contracts) seem to be flawed.
: Article I, section 10. contracts(Contracts(CONTRACTS))
You and about six gazzillion other people would be "interested in stealing - oops- reading it."
Some of us barely eek out a living as it is, and developing pure trusts is one of the methods used under PRIVATE contract.
Now, if you want to develop a trust, and are the Trustor, not planning on being the Trustee, and are willing to work through a third party Creator, and can appoint a Protector to assure the trust is not mishandled by the Trustees, we could help if you were local, and would guarantee in the PRIVATE CONTRACT IN TRUST FORM that the Trustee(s) have a recission period of three to five days or the resolution of any problems.
After all, the terms of the trust is the responsibility of the Trustor, and the Creator / develop[er is merely an intermediary and / or ghost writer in many cases.
After you have done your homework, you may then rail against trusts and developers!
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