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decant

To drain fuel from the lowest point of the fuel tank. This is normally done to check fuel for any impurities. Also called sumping.
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The more nuanced question is raised where the beneficiary is age 34 and his mother is still living when the trustee decants the trust.
The right to decant was first outlined by the Florida Supreme Court in Phipps v.
To decant, the port is poured from one container to another, with the aim of improving the drinkability of the wine held in the new vessel in the process.
The list of possible reasons to decant is almost as limitless as the list of reasons why a trust might be created in the first place.
Nonetheless, looking at decanting statutes and trust law, there is ample support for the proposition that the old trust terminates where a trustee decants the entire res of a trust to a new trust.
Scottish Welfare Fund decants approximately 30 qty per annum