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About this Trust as a Resource

The Sovereign Trust documents are based on a number of existing family Trust documents that have been consolidated and adapted to suit sovereign individuals. It has been provided on a donation basis so that as many sovereign men and women as possible may access the benefits of a Private Trust. By making a donation to The Sovereign Trust you are accessing this information for your own use: this documentation may not be sold for profit. However, we do encourage you to take it, adapt it, and share any new ideas so that we can collectively provide a living resource for future souls.

We want our brothers and sisters to be able to protect their assets in the same way that the elites have been doing for thousands of years. The wealthiest people on Earth use trusts to hide their wealth. They control everything and own nothing by putting their property or ‘res’ into a Trust which is controlled by a Trustee whilst those identified as the beneficiaries enjoy the benefits as a Beneficiary.

This Express Trust is intended as a guide for the use of sovereign individuals who desire to learn about and exercise their natural, inalienable right to control private property including land, money, and personal items etc.

The Trust is created by the act of the Settlor, as the living man or woman, giving up ownership of private property and transferring it to the control of the Trustee. This intention is expressed by the Settlor as stated in writing in the Trust Deed. The Trust Deed outlines the terms of Trust.

The act of creating a Trust is a common law right that may be exercised sui juris by any man or woman. The Latin term sui juris means “of one’s own right” and describes a man or woman who is not under any legal disability or subject to the authority of another person. This sovereign individual is therefore fully capable of managing his or her own affairs and can act on his or her own behalf.

A Trust in its most basic sense is a property interest held by a person (the Trustee) at the request of the living man or woman (the Settlor) for the benefit of a third party (the Beneficiary).

This Sovereign Trust is created by the act of the Settlor Expressing in written form his or her instructions to the Trustee. The written form is the Trust Deed which the Trustee is expected to follow in excise of his or her duties. The Settlor must have absolute title in the property before the declaration of the Trust. A Trust will only be valid if the Settlor has rights in the property at the time of purporting to declare the Trust.

The declaration of the Trust in written form via the Trust Deed requires attention to detail so that the intent of the Settlor, the objects, property, and instructions are described clearly and precisely. If there is any ambiguity, equity requires interpretation to construe the intent of the parties and the Trust may be deemed invalid. When all is set out properly there can be no lawful impairment.

When the Trust is created the Trustee acquires ‘legal title’ in the Trust fund and the Beneficiaries acquire the ‘beneficial interest’ in the Trust fund in accordance with the terms of the Trust. If the property were land then the legal title at the Land Registry would be in the name of the Trustee with her title and the name of the Trust: MS JANE SMITH, Trustee, XYZ Private Trust. If the Trust is registered as a Limited Company with Companies House in England and Wales you can just have the name of the Limited Company without the name of the Trustee. For example, Xylophone Yellow Zebra Private Trust Limited would be the transferee.

You, as the living man or woman, are handing over your private property to a separate entity. Although this role of Trustee has been traditionally handed to a trusted friend or
family member, in the times where many are separating from incompatible relationships you will be using your legal fiction as a separate legal entity.