"Cestui que use" redirects here. See also, Cestui que. In trust law, a beneficiary or cestui que use, a.k.a. cestui que trust, is the person or persons who are entitled to the benefit ... (i) the trust as a separately taxable entity in its own right, (ii) treating the trust property as still the property of the settlor, and (iii) treating the trust ...
Jan 12, 2001 ... businesses, and asset holding for families and individuals. 3. ... ownership can be uncertain (as in discretionary trusts) or unknown in the country of the .... Accordingly, trusts should not be treated as a category of entities.
“Trustee” - An individual or trust company that holds legal title to property for the ... Corporate entities (banks and trust companies) are also called executors. ... might appoint someone unknown to the decedent and unfamiliar with his affairs.
Jun 28, 2016 ... 4.1.3 Persons mentioned in the trust deed or other trust ..... companies which are “legal persons”1 (an entity that needs to incorporate and then.
Trust 256The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency uses the broader term ... Such plans often have individual participant or beneficiary accounts. ... such as employee benefit plan accounts established by government entities, ... function of providing for the beneficiaries. agency accounts, and unidentified beneficiaries).
The trustee may be an individual or organization. Restatement § 378. Trust companies and banks specialize in acting as trustees in addition to conducting banking ...... unknown or contingent expenses of the estate or trust. · The Service has ...
Nov 10, 2017 ... services to Tribes and individual Indian trust beneficiaries on a daily basis. ... federal agencies to achieve operational efficiencies; support and ..... 2017, the portion attributable to the Tribal and Other Trust Funds is unknown.
NRS 164.038 Circumstances under which certain persons are authorized to be ... of principal to principal; purchase of interest in trust that is investment entity. ..... whose identity or location is unknown and not reasonably ascertainable may be ...
NRS 163.380 Employment and compensation of persons. .... (2) Interference with the administration of another trust or a business entity; ..... creditor of one or more of the trusts, or for an unknown purpose, the withdrawal must be charged first to ...