Trusts, Private Agreements & Equity



In this series of pages and links, we will delve into the topic of Trusts, Private Agreements and Equity, starting from the fundamentals and gradually advancing to understanding the essential knowledge required for establishing a Trust and functioning in the Office of a Trustee. We will also explore the concept of utilizing Trusts in the realm of the Corporate World, allowing you to represent your Estate as its Trustee, rather than representing their Legal Fictional Entity PERSON and being seen in the Corporate World as an Individual/human/creature lacking autonomy and rights. This series will be added to and expanded upon till we exhaust the subjects and topics needed to be covered. 


A new private area will soon be available for those that have Exodus Trusts, where you can access all the necessary information and documentation you need for operating your trust as a Not-for-profit Charitable Trust Organisation and using things like Private Membership Associations and companys and other structures to inable you to do business in the Corporate World while still remaining in the private of The Commonwealth. This will also includes details on how to efficiently use the trust to protect your property and establish your standing in The Commonwealth, you will also be able to engage with fellow trust holders and discuss various strategies and approaches being used and share your personal experiences and insights.

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The most basic concept of a Trust is that a man or woman (trustor), who in good faith, trusts somone (trustee) to hold some form of property or asset, for the benefit of the someone other than the trustor. This dose not create a legal entity, but, rather a relationship based on trust, between the trustor and the trustee, and this is also a private agreement which no third party has any right to interfear with or cause any inconvenience. This form of Trust is referred to as a simple trust there is also complex Trusts e.g. a charatable trust is one of these, there are many differant types of trusts used for many different reasons to achieve many differant things, how the Trust Deed is writen and in what juristiction will determene if the trust is effective or not.

History of Trusts

The Romans and Greeks had an early version of a Trust, with the Romans referring to it as Fiducia. The development of Roman Fiducia Law can be attributed to situations where affluent Romans relied on their friends to handle their assets for the benefit of their wives and heirs after their demise. This was necessary because, according to Roman law, the wife could not inherit independently unless she was a Roman citizen. Unfortunately, the absence of proper legislation led to instances where these trusted friends of the deceased would all too often break their promises.

The Corporate System operates under Roman Civil Law.

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English trust law is largely an indigenous development that began in the Middle Ages, from the time of the 11th and 12th century crusades. This practice emerged when knights, who were heading off on the Crusades, entrusted their property and the affairs of their estate to someone to protect and manage while they were gone, to ensure that the owner’s (Knight’s) wishes were carried out, while allowing the one appointed to effectively manage their Estate, this formed a trust relationship between the knight who is the trustor, while the one that he is trusting to administer his estate is the trustee.