void trust

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A trust that it is against the policy of the law to enforce. Such trusts include those that offend the rule against perpetuities or the rule against inalienability or that are contrary to public policy. If a trust is void, the property in the trust will normally be held on resulting trust for the settlor or his estate.

Subjects: Law.

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