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Can a beneficiary under a discretionary trust exclude themselves as a potential beneficiary (as opposed to the trustee removing them from the list of beneficiaries)? If so, is there a precedent for this?

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Published on LexisPSL on 30/09/2020

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  • Can a beneficiary under a discretionary trust exclude themselves as a potential beneficiary (as opposed to the trustee removing them from the list of beneficiaries)? If so, is there a precedent for this?

Can a beneficiary under a discretionary trust exclude themselves as a potential beneficiary (as opposed to the trustee removing them from the list of beneficiaries)? If so, is there a precedent for this?

Discretionary objects of powers under a trust have limited rights. Although they may not have any rights in the trust assets, they have the right in personam to ensure that the trustees exercises their administrative and dispositive powers in

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