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The will won't deal with the Family Trust.
It's the responsibility of the Trustee to manage and safeguard the assets of the trust for the potential beneficiaries.
If the asset was registered/listed in the deed and in the current set of accounts of the trust I would say that's a very strong indication that the car belongs to the trust.

Spot on, that is it in a nut shell.



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If I was the trustee I would register an interest in the car as well on the PPRS.



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So who is the executor?
I don't know but as i said he had no name or title to the company trust



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The will won't deal with the Family Trust.
It's the responsibility of the Trustee to manage and safeguard the assets of the trust for the potential beneficiaries.
If the asset was registered/listed in the deed and in the current set of accounts of the trust I would say that's a very strong indication that the car belongs to the trust.
Spot on as I've thought,the husband's will had nothing to do the the company or trust as he was not a beneficiarie .



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If I was the trustee I would register an interest in the car as well on the PPRS.
good point.



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I don't know but as i said he had no name or title to the company trust

I get it now.



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I get it now.
so the dead husband is not reflected in any assets ,company or trust deeds ,while it could be said the assets were his ,to protect them as he was in business (builder) he divorced himself from them..sorry for the confusion.



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