34.3.1 Introduction

As stated above, to have any chance of protecting assets against the claims of third parties the trust must be a genuine legal entity.

A sham transaction is one where the acts done or documents executed are intended by the parties to give third parties the appearance of creating legal rights and obligations that are in fact different from the actual legal rights and obligations that the parties intended to create and now exist.

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