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A number of jurisdictions empower trustees to make payments into court. This webcast considers the question of when can (and should) a trustee seek to take advantage of that power in the modern world, with reference to the following points:
• When payment into court is justifiable in principle
• The correct procedure to adopt
• The risks and rewards for a trustee in seeking to make a payment into court
This webcast is principally concerned with the law of England and Wales but also considers, and is relevant to, the position in other Commonwealth jurisdictions.
Thomas Fletcher, New Square Chambers
Thomas Fletcher is a barrister at New Square Chambers. He specialises in trusts and estates matters and has extensive experience of offshore work, particularly in the Channel Islands. He regularly contributes to journals on trust-related matters and, most recently, assisted on the latest edition of Lewin on Trusts. Thomas’ advice on payments into court was referenced in Re Barclays Private Bank & Trust (Isle of Man) Ltd (2014).
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