Purchase Money Resulting Trust

In trusts and estates law, a purchase money resulting trust is used in domestic partnership when the domestic property is purchased by both partners, but the title is only in the name of one partner. If the title-holder dies intestate, the purchase money resulting trust is awarded to the non-title holding partner on restitutionary grounds, provided the non-title holding partner has given consideration for the property.

 

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