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A Bare Trust, also known as a 'simple trust', is one in which each beneficiary has an immediate and absolute right to both capital and income. The beneficiaries of a bare trust have the right to take actual possession of trust property.
The property is held in the name of a trustee, but that trustee has no discretion over what income to pay the beneficiary. In effect, the trustee is a nominee in whose name the property is held and has no active duties to perform.
Learn more about Fixed Fee Trusts with our Trust FAQs.
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