Thanks again. Those items are, to the best of my knowledge, in order an in line with the document of which I speak. I was concerned that there may be some obscure item or law I had not previously heard of, such as it cannot be a trust unless the trustees have three times walked widdershins around the document before signing it [humour alert there].
It can be difficult, sometimes, when you make a statement that, for instance, a document known to both parties, is a trust document, and someone then says, with all the assurance and certainty of unwarranted but total self confidence, that it is not, and when asked to evidence their opinion they say with exactly the same level of utter certainty and finality as a Yorkshireman at his hearth, "Because it isn't." as if that is proof positive sufficient for any court in the land.
"I do not agree with what you say, but I'll defend to the death my right to be offended by it."