What happens if the respondent does not file a response?
If the Respondent does not file a Response, you may request a default judgment or complete the case by agreement. The case can be resolved by agreement even if the Respondent does not file a Response.
What is the relation between value congruence and employee attitudes?
An analysis of the relation between employee – organization value congruence and employee attitudes, Journal of Psychology, 142 ( 6 ), 615 – 632. CrossRef Google Scholar PubMed
Is the principle of equal division applies to trusts?
As a matter of reason, to hold that a principle of equal division applies to trusts such as the present is certainly paradoxical. Equal division is surely the last thing the settlor ever intended: equal division among all may, probably would, produce a result beneficial to none.
Why was re Baden’s deed trust remanded to the Court of Appeal?
The Lords also remanded the case to the Court of Appeal to be decided on this new legal principle as Re Baden’s Deed Trusts (No 2) . Bertram Baden executed a deed settling a non-charitable trust for the benefit of the staff of Matthew Hall & Co Ltd and their relatives and dependents.
Can a trust be created without a res?
Thus, the common-law rule is that a trust does not exist without a res. Am. Jur. 2d “Trusts” § 47. The res may be of nominal value (e.g., $1). A charitable trust may be created by a transfer (inter vivos or by will) by the owner (or a person with a power of appointment) of property to another person to hold the property upon a charitable trust.
When do you need to create an irrevocable trust?
The only three times you might want to consider creating an irrevocable trust is when you want to (1) minimize estate taxes, (2) become eligible for government programs, or (3) protect your assets from your creditors. If none of these applies, you should not have one. Whether they are revocable or irrevocable, all trusts have three parties:
Who is the grantor of an express trust?
Grantor Every express trust has one or more grantors who contribute the property to the trustee and state the terms of the trust. The grantor is deemed a substantial contributor/disqualified person with respect to the trust, under IRC 507(d)(2)(A). Other names for the grantor include: creator donor founder settlor Trustor
What are the guidelines for serving as a trustee?
If you’ve been named to serve as trustee, these guidelines provide an overview of some of the duties you would generally be expected to perform. You can also use these guidelines to determine if you don’t have the skill, will, or time to administer the trust properly.