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"To what extent should the law recognise non-charitable purpose trusts?"
Non-charitable purpose trusts can be defined as 'private trusts intended to benefit purposes rather than beneficiaries' . If the certainty of object is not qualified, then the trust usually fails because it is 'administratively unworkable', this is often the case therefore for trusts which are merely established for a particular purpose rather than for a specified human beneficiary.
Purpose trusts have been established and largely defined in case law, namely Re Astor's Settlement Trust  . An inter vivos trust was created by Lord Astor which had among its objects 'The maintenance of…
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