17 Oct Family Trusts and the Appointer’s Powers Provision. Why is this important?
The Appointers’ Powers provision provides the necessary power that gives the Appointer the ability to appoint and remove Trustees. By having this power, the Appointer retains control over the Trust and enables the Appointer to retain effective control over the actions of the Trustees and consequently over the assets of the Trust?
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