Archive for the ‘Trusts’ Category

RESIDENCY OF A TRUST – A QUESTION OF MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL

Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

As my fellow bloggers have explained in some detail, there are various tenets governing trusts having legal and tax implications depending on the circumstances. One of these is the location of “central management and control” which the Courts have previously ruled as being the basis for determining residency. ...

Lord Denning – A Giant among Judges with more than 2000 Cases Reported

Monday, July 25th, 2011

Lord Denning is well known to lawyers and law students alike.  He is perhaps the first jurist that a law student comes across who puts a smile on his/her face with his use of whimsical language and endearing turn of phrase.  Lord Denning has been called the most celebrated judge ...