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A trust is brought into existence when a person (called the 'settlor') transfers some of their assets to trustees (who become the legal owners) for the benefit of third parties, called 'beneficiaries' (the beneficial owners). A trust is a legal entity in itself. Another word for a trust is a settlement.

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