Trust Administration

Depending on the size and nature of the trust, its administration can become very onerous and time consuming for Trustees. There are a number of duties which they must fulfil to ensure they are complying with legislation and serving the beneficiaries they act on behalf of. Below is a list of some of the most important.

Duties which a Trustee must follow

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