New Zealand’s Trusts Bill: giving beneficiaries free rein to information or just business as usual?

The release of a select committee report on the Trusts Bill (the Bill) from the New Zealand Parliament1 has caused some concern, primarily due to its provisions covering the disclosure of information to beneficiaries. Since the mid-1950s, trust law in New Zealand has been left to develop through the courts. Case law has produced an […]

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