Israel: the trust law and the Hekdesh deed
Alon Kaplan, Lyat Eyal & Meytal Liberman
Trusts & Trustees
30 June 2019
This article will review the provisions of the Israeli Trust Law, 1979, as they refer to the trust settled by Hekdesh deed, a legal structure with certain similarities to foundations in some foreign jurisdictions. The Israeli trust is not a separate legal entity thereby requiring an underlying company in various circumstances. The Hekdesh together with the underlying company are referred to in this article as the ‘Israeli Foundation’.
MEYTAL LIBERMAN, Advocate
Trusts and intergenerational transfers of assets.
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