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  • n. Plural form of settlor.


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  • The settlors who should come here are going to the United States and the realisation of Sir John Macdonald's prophecies about the immigration to country is hopelessly prevented by Sir John Macdonald's own policy.

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  • Very often that is the case, with settlors making their choice of trust structure not on the basis of any desire to have a particular form of trust, but because of the perceived tax advantages.

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  • Moreover, tax lien lockout provisions can do this in the context of a support trust, thus allowing settlors to give enforceable directions to their trustees and to avoid the potential downsides of pure discretionary trusts.

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  • However, Part III is only used for beneficiaries of nongrantor trusts and should not be completed by U.S. foreign trust settlors.

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  • Iong after its colonization by European settlors, takes its name from the Portuguese word tor wood.]

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  • Claylx) unie alVcnvanls, in the May following, wrote (it is supiKtsed to Secretary Coke) that * 'his Majesty's letter of the 8ili of October, 1634, had been slighted, and the settlors uu the Island brought to extreme want;

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