||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 118 (May)
|| EWHC 1010 (Ch)
||Richard Adkins QC and Adam Goodison (instructed by Theodore Goddard) for the claimant.
||William Trower QC and Dominic Chambers (instructed by Brooke North) for the second defendant.
||Anthony Mann QC (instructed by Clifford Chance) for the fifth defendant.
||9 May 2003
Trusts - Creation of trust - Certainty of objects - Identification of beneficiaries of trust - Ownership of funds in trust.
In proceedings by which the claimant company sought the determination of a question as to the identity of the beneficiaries of two trust accounts set up to service the payment of customer deposits and of moneys due to 'urgent suppliers', the court ruled, inter alia, that, to the extent to which the company had not, by its declaration of trust, effectively created beneficial interests in the funds in favour of the beneficiaries, the company remained the beneficial owner of the funds.
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