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 deed will outline duties and obligations that certain parties, such as the trustee, owe to other parties. A deed of release, releases that party from their duties and obligations with the consent of the party owed the duty.
This may be a practical decision that allows the trustee greater freedome, or a necessity if a party cannot for any reason carry out their dutues. We advise on the need of a deed of release and draft documents accordingly.
- deed of release
- letter of advice
- written resolutions of party who is owed the duty
- consent of relevant parties such as the appointor (if necessary)
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