Posted by Common Right Group on February 16, 1998 at 17:51:01:
In Reply to: Re: TRUSTS posted by Two Cities on February 13, 1998 at 13:10:43:
: : You and about six gazzillion other people would be "interested in stealing - oops- reading it."
: I presume verbs are connected to subjects, but sometimes my English isn't the best,
: so were You suggesting that I was in contemplation of larceny, in My previous solicitation
: for information? Or is that "quote" best viewed in the lite of a public forum, where many
: keyboards wag?
Maybe both. Only you know your intent in the solicitation.
As to the latter, everyone that publishes anything in any form of public forum soon sees it "improved upon" by other "experts."
By the time anyone sifts through all of the arguments pro and con, they may be so confused that it gets deemed unworthy of the interest.
Mainly though, everyone that deals with private property and peculiar possessions through a trust needs to understand that "Actions speak louder than words."
This means, quite simply, that the behavior of the parties to any given trust is far more important than any terms of agreement forming the trust, whether written or not. The simplest form of trust is formed when, for example, I ask a friend to tend my doggie for two days while I wander off out of town, or lend him my lawn mower, or whatever.
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