Family charter: long form, with drafting notes

A long-form family charter intended as a starting point when preparing such a document. This document must be tailored to suit the circumstances of the family in question. The integrated drafting notes explain how families may take different or contrary approaches or policies.

Practical Law Private Client thanks Juliette Johnson, Coutts, Sue Laing and Simon Rylatt of Boodle Hatfield and Ken McCracken of Family Business Solutions for their comments on this document.

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