Re Police Association When you nominate spouse it is conditional that they are

Re police association when you nominate spouse it is

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Re Police Association When you nominate spouse it is conditional that they are your spouse upon death. Premised on the matrimonial relationship continuing. Saunders v Vautier Beneficiary full age (18), where there are minors then it is problematic. If property is truly or easily divided then you may be able to say you can retain a part as trustee for the minors when they turn 18 Chose in Action The creditors right to demand payment in respect of the contract. Creditor has right to sue for compensation, not property Re Manisty's Settlement Mere powers are not limited by administrative unworkability - potential number of objects can be unlimited, it is not invalid and does not fail the certainty of objects test
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Re Astor's Settlement Trusts Astor & son set up trust - shares transferred to trustees to apply income for newspapers. No beneficiary specified so it must be a purpose trust - which is not valid unless it is charitable. Court said it is not part of the categories so it resulted back Pettingall v Pettingall trust fund created under the will and testator stated to apply annual payments for the favourite black mare. It is not charitable. Court recognised it but is not enforceable Re Dean gift of 750 pounds to look after horses and hounds, court said unenforceable but if nobody is willing to challenge it then it will not be struck down Trust/Gift to Unincorporated Association They do not have legal personality, they are not a beneficiary because they lack legal personality. If individual leaves money to an association they describe by name it will offend beneficiary principle Leahy v Attorney General (NSW) ...
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