Problems of administering $2 nominee trustee companies

duties liabilities, and rights of directors and advisors of the $2 nominee trustee companies : a twilight seminar held at Monash University on 29th March, 1979.

Publisher: Faculty of Law, Monash University in [Clayton, Vic.]

Written in English
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  • Australia,
  • Victoria

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  • Trusts and trustees -- Australia -- Victoria -- Congresses,
  • Trust companies -- Australia -- Victoria -- Congresses,
  • Directors of corporations -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Australia -- Victoria -- Congresses

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ContributionsMonash University. Faculty of Law.
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LC ClassificationsLAW
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Pagination82 p. in various pagings ;
Number of Pages82
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Open LibraryOL3136201M
ISBN 100867460210
LC Control Number82463242
OCLC/WorldCa8452804

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My understanding in lay terms is that a nominee is an agent who acts on instructions regarding certain assets, on behalf of a beneficial owner. It is from the Latin “nomen” or name. A nominee is often there to conceal the identity of the actual ow. Let’s assume s/he builds up assets of $k for the trust.

Let’s assume too that there is a successful action against the trading company for $1m and there are no assets in the $2 trading company to meet the judgement. I am the creditor and I do a search and see that there are.

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