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Trusts and Estate Planning in Israel traces the trust concept in Israel from its historical roots, from early 20th century use for private and commercial purposes during the British Mandate, and to current use of Israeli trust law. The creation of trusts by law, by contract, by hekdesh deed (an Israel trust) and testamentary trusts are analysed.
Estate planning using the Hekdesh or testamentary trust and its tax implications, public and charitable trusts are explored, and special attention is given to trust protectors, privilege and confidentiality, court jurisdiction, arbitration, taxation and foreign trust recognition.