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  1. Testator/testatrix instructs that property to be held by trustee(s)on. trust for beneficiaries E.g. to wife for life, to children in fixed shares What is a trust? o Quote from Thomas and Hudson- The Law of Trusts Types of trusts. o Express trusts Intentionally established by settlor/ testator as legal owner (1) declaring the trust

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  2. Findings: The testator/testatrix with intact TC has realistic perception of his or her property value, lack of psychopathology affecting contact with reality, and intact intention of how and to ...

  3. Findings: The testator/testatrix with intact TC has realistic perception of his or her property value, lack of psychopathology affecting contact with reality, and intact intention of how and to ...

  4. This is where the charity failed from the start, usually the date of death of the testator or testatrix. Have to look at the whole context of the will to find a general charitable purpose in order to give effect to it.

  5. Jun 16, 2019 · Settlor/Testator Trustee(s) transfers property to holds property. on trust for. Beneficiaries. Trust terminologies: Settlor: a person who sets up a trust. Testator/testatrix. Trustees: manages & controls the property subject to the ‘trust instrument’ hold the legal title/interest in the trust property

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  6. Law Of Succession (LASU6211) Unit 1: An Intr oduction to the South Afric an Law of Succession. Theme 1: A Gener al Intr oduction of the Law of Succession and the Dua l Charact er of. the Law of the Law o f Succession. Section 1: The Definition and Na ture of the Law of Suc cession. Concerned with f ate of D eceased’ s Esta t e after dea th.

  7. “The question remains whether there has been a breach of moral duty judged by the standards of a wise and just testator or testatrix and, if so, what is appropriate to remedy that breach.” “The more recent decisions of this Court have re-emphasised ... that mere unfairness is not sufficient to warrant disturbing a testamentary disposition ...

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