controlled trust

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controlled trust

controlled trust

Control of trusts and trustees

Control of trusts and trustees

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Italians Attack Offshore Trusts: the introduction of Controlled Foreign Company legislation

Trust and Control at the Science–Policy Interface in IPBES

HAMILTON, Patrick George (1908 - 1992), President, Possum Controls Ltd; Trustee: Eleanor Hamilton Trust; Sidbury Trust; Erna Simon Trust

The Complexity of Trust-Control Relationships in Creative Organizations: Insights From a Qualitative Analysis of a Conductorless Orchestra

A randomized controlled trial of the effect of providing information on accidental injury admissions and their costs to Primary Care Groups and Trusts

LYONS, Enid Muriel (1897 - 1981), retired 1962; Member Board of Control, Australian Broadcasting Commission, 1951–62; Hon. Fellow College of Nursing, Australia (FCNA), 1951; an original Vice-President, Australian Elizabethan National Theatre Trust, 1954

CHISHOLM, William Wilson (1854 - 1935), JP City of Sheffield; retired advisory editor of Sheffield Independent and Sheffield Mail, and Director of Sheffield Independent Press Co., Ltd; Chairman of Maltby Main Mine Disaster Relief Fund; Trustee of Sheffield Savings Bank; Chairman Convalescent and after care Committee of Sheffield Joint Hospitals Council; Member of Executive of National Trust controlling the Longshaw estate; Member of Committee of Allotments for Unemployed; Regional Member of British Hospitals Association; Member of Committee of Council for the Preservation of Rural England (Sheffield and Peak District); Member of Board of Sheffield Children’s Hospital; Chairman, Sheffield Council Social Service; President, Ecclesall Parliamentary Division Liberal Association


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A trust of which one or more solicitors or their employees are sole trustees. Such trusts are subject to special accounts rules made under the Solicitors Act 1974; breaches of these rules may be reported to the Solicitors' Disciplinary Tribunal.

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