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Civil Law jurisdictions' recognition of trusts depends on the individual conflict of law rules of each jurisdiction. The Hague Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Trusts intends to bring a degree of certainty into how a foreign trust is received. However, the matter is complicated, in particular, as to the status granted in each jurisdiction to the convention. This article appears in two parts; in this first part the position in Italy is examined and the second part concludes with the position in Spain.

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Civil Law jurisdictions' recognition of trusts depends on the individual conflict of law rules of each jurisdiction. The Hague Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Trusts intends to bring a degree of certainty into how a foreign trust is received. However, the matter is complicated, in particular, as to the status granted in each jurisdiction to the convention.

This article appears in two parts; in this first part the position in Italy is examined and the second part concludes with the position in Spain.

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Text of the Convention in PDF. Considering that the trust, as developed in courts of equity in common law jurisdictions and adopted with some modifications in other jurisdictions, is a unique legal institution,. Desiring to establish common provisions on the law applicable to trusts and to deal with the most important issues concerning the recognition of trusts,. Have resolved to conclude a Convention to this effect, and have agreed upon the following provisions -. For the purposes of this Convention, the term "trust" refers to the legal relationships created - inter vivos or on death - by a person, the settlor, when assets have been placed under the control of a trustee for the benefit of a beneficiary or for a specified purpose. The reservation by the settlor of certain rights and powers, and the fact that the trustee may himself have rights as a beneficiary, are not necessarily inconsistent with the existence of a trust.

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