changes in trust law
>1) Is this trust a valid contract? and 2) Who has authority/jurisdictionover it? If the answer to the 1st question is yes & the answer to the 2nd
is only the trustees, then you're in fine shape. If not, then the
legislature can modify the trust, or simply dissolve it.
I concer with you Jake.
If you are in possession of a statutory trust, trash it and write and common
beings they are contracts and not subject to the whims of congress.
I have a free repost that explains the difference at
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Jake
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Subject: Re: [tips_and_tricks] changes in trust law
> Anyone have input on whether this bill would be a very bad thingregarding trusts and transfers of property?
>trust shall be deemed to have been made to or from the trustees of the
> http://www.gencourt .state.nh. us/legislation/ 2009/HB0261. html
> This bill provides that a conveyance of real property to or from a