I always assumed that Natural Law Trusts was just a fancy name for common law trusts. If not, what is the difference between Natural Law Trusts and Common Law Trusts? What is the wording that makes them different? Anything else makes them different?

Yes, your original assumption was correct.  At BIC we chose this “fancy name” because there are so many inferior common law trusts out there that are written poorly and incorrectly, and have gotten their operators in trouble.  We wanted to distinguish our common law...

My husband and I have had a long history in the finance world and have set up many trusts and private foundations in the past – none of which we want to use now as they all have a history and we feel do not offer the level of protection we are looking for. We have been researching Corporation Soles for some time and talking to people who have successfully set them up and using them – but all are in USA so we have been a little stumped as to how we might go in Oz setting one up. Then we started researching starting a ministry, charitable trusts etc. Then we stumbled across your videos & website. My biggest concern with a Natural Law Trust is how we enforce it in this totally corrupt CaBAAL operated Statute Law system (albeit, not for much longer). If we place a high value asset e.g.: a home in it – will it be recognized as a protected trust asset in the eyes of the law as it stands today or are we potentially setting up a big problem for our children down the track as part of our succession planning?

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Why, if this is a Natural Law Trust/Common Law Trust that is not statutory that we cannot choose as Grantors who we want for First Acting Trustee, even if it is ourselves? seems to me the control should be in our hands, not in the hands of the fiction.

If you hold an apple in your hand and drop it to the floor, it will follow the law of gravity without being subject to any statutory law.  If you always speak kind words to people, the good vibrations you are sending out will inevitably return to you because it is the...