Advocate S.K.Prabhakar Shetty practices at City Civil Court Bangalore, Karnataka High Court, Karnata... Read More
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A trust is a legal agreement that names someone to hold property for the benefit of others. The trustee is the person or company that manages trust property and “beneficiaries” are the people who benefit from the trust. A living trust is a trust created while the property owner is alive and it is revocable for the lifetime of the trust maker. In contrast, a “testamentary trust” is one that takes effect when the trust maker dies. Some people use a will in addition to a trust to distribute their property.
Answered on 28 Sep 2018
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