The Deed of Trust is a legal document that sets out the following in respect of the Trust and/or Trustees:
- The legal basis for the creation of the Trust;
- The primary object of the Trust;
- The appointment, duties and responsibilities of Trustees;
- The legal capacity of the Trust.
It sets out the qualifying criteria for a claim, the basis for calculating a claim and methods of paying compensation.
The Deed of Trust was drafted in consultation with and agreed to by all the parties (both claimants and defendants/Founders during the litigation which lead to the creation of the Trust. This document was Annexure H to the Settlement Agreement.
The Deed of Trust is available in the following languages:
Copies of the signed Deed of Trust are also available on request from the Head Office (see Contact Us page for contact information),