Deed of ratification
$330 - $550

This service requires legal advice and tailoring.  Quoted fees for client acceptance will vary based on the complexity of the advice and/or documentation required. 

A party to a trust, often a trustee, may take an action even though they are not empowered to do so.   A deed of ratification confirms that this action was approved by the authorised party, who are often the beneficaries or members. This allows the previous unauthorised action to be validated.  We advise on the necessity for a deed of ratification and draft requisite documentation to ensure compliance.

What's included:

  • deed of ratification
  • letter of advice
  • written resolutions of the ratifying party

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