If it is not known whether directors have the authority to do a particular deed and this is not expressly documented in the trust agreement, it is recommended that you seek the advice of a lawyer. A bare trust, also known as a bare trust, is available when a person, the trustee, is only endowed with legal title to the property and has no other duty of performance or responsibility as a trustee with respect to the property entrusted to the trust. In a simple fiduciary situation, the agent is considered by many to be an agent of the Settlors when separating the legal succession from the just succession. This view is based on the premise that the agent acts strictly according to the instructions of the Settlors. It is a separate fund related to a life insurer for life insurance policies and is considered an inter vivo trust. The assets and income of the fund are considered the property and income of the trust, with the life insurer being the agent. The employer can only deduct contributions to the plan if the trust has made this choice and filed it no later than 90 days after the end of its first taxation year. To maintain its status as an employee trust, the trust must distribute each year to its beneficiaries all non-commercial income for that year and the employer contributions paid each year. Business income cannot be attributed and is taxed in the trust.
Health and social security benefits for workers are sometimes granted through a trust agreement under which directors receive contributions from the employer and, in some cases, from the workers, in order to provide the health and social security benefits agreed between the employer and the workers.