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Sample VT Trusts Cases

... Plaintiff is correct, however, that the absence of a writing is not fatal to trusts implied by law, which include constructive trusts. ΒΆ 8. Plaintiff appears to have confused express trusts with constructive trusts. "An express trust arises because the parties intended to create it. ...

... naming the Trust as an additional insured. This is so because, as the superior court acknowledged, at common law, trusts are not independent legal entities with the capacity to sue or be sued. See generally 1 A. Scott & W. Fratcher ...

... From 1992 to 2001, it was owned by two trusts, The Raymond E. Palmer Trust and The Gertrude M. Palmer Trust (Palmer Trusts). The Palmer Trusts leased the property to Corbin & Palmer throughout this time. Raymond Palmer was an employee of Corbin & Palmer until 2002. ...

... Michael argues that the trial court misconstrued the law of unjust enrichment and constructive trusts, and that several of its key findings are not supported by the record. ... Resulting trusts frequently arise, as here, in instances where the legal title is transferred to a spouse or child. ...

... The court also approved Green's reorganization plan, which included the creation of two trusts for the benefit of Green's asbestos claimants. Any payment received pursuant to Green's agreement with NICO will be used to help fund these trusts. ...

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