About Practical Guidance
Trust Law module
With discretionary trusts now playing a vital role in the lives of all New Zealanders, opportunities for practicing in this area of law are in demand. Don't miss the chance to quickly and easily deal with a trust law matter.
Necessary for anyone administering a trust or involved in transactions with trusts, Practical Guidance is the ideal solution for all your practical legal content, so you can have all the relevant and essential tools in the one place.
Your easy online log-in opens the intelligently-designed homepage, displaying a comprehensive range of guidance notes, checklists, precedents, cases, forms and legislation across 17 topics. Included in the Trust Law module are over 130+ guidance notes, 110+ precedents and 20 checklists. Special attention is given to clarifying the law surrounding gifting and residential care subsidies following the abolition of gift duty in 2011.
Stay current with trust law legislative changes with our regular content updates, and streamline your work with easy links to deeper research and related websites.
- 17 topics
- 42 subtopics
- 42 overviews
- 130+ guidance notes
- 110+ precedents
- 20 checklists
- Acquisition and disposal of trust assets
- Memorandum of wishes
- Residential case subsidies
- Trustee resolutions
- Transactions with beneficiaries
- Trustee appointment and retirement
- Beneficiary appointment and removal
- Winding up a trust
- Multiple property owners
- Life leases
- Powers of the court
- Variations of trust
- Corporate trustee
- Drafting a trust
- Trust reviews
LexisNexis gives you access to the most relevant excerpts from the sources below, plus full text of selected judgments and key legislation:
- Law of Trusts (NZ)
- New Zealand Forms and Precedents
- New Zealand Law Reports
- Unreported Judgments
- New Zealand Conveyancing and Property Reports
- New Zealand Statutes
- New Zealand Regulations
- The Laws of New Zealand
- Morison's Company Law
- Morison's Securities Law
- Heath and Whale on Insolvency
Ayres Legal is a client focussed general practice law firm that practices in the areas of property, business and trust law. The combination of an appreciation of the need to maintain legal currency balanced against practical legal experience allows the delivery of practical, technically correct client-focussed solutions.
Ayres - Ayres Legal
Asset and Estate Planning, Trusts, Commercial, Property
Bachelor of Laws
Warwick has been practising as a lawyer for over 25 years. He established Ayres Legal in 2000 identifying the need for a legal firm that could offer practical, responsive client-focused services. Warwick is an experienced trust practitioner who is able to utilise the experience gained in other areas of practice to ensure comprehensive and relevant asset and estate planning.