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A trust deed is being drafted in order to put a couple of life policies in trust. The settlor and the two trustees are currently living in different jurisdictions. Is it possible for the parties to sign separate counterparts to the deed? Is it possible for the settlor and trustees to sign a deed electronically?

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Published on LexisPSL on 12/02/2021

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  • A trust deed is being drafted in order to put a couple of life policies in trust. The settlor and the two trustees are currently living in different jurisdictions. Is it possible for the parties to sign separate counterparts to the deed? Is it possible for the settlor and trustees to sign a deed electronically?

A trust deed is being drafted in order to put a couple of life policies in trust. The settlor and the two trustees are currently living in different jurisdictions. Is it possible for the parties to sign separate counterparts to the deed? Is it possible for the settlor and trustees to sign a deed electronically?

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