Yet another daft question about Trust Law.
I assume that in the ordinary course of events, if a group of individuals want to arrange a trust in connection with land ownership they would breeze along to a solicitor who would produce a document with the word 'trust' mentioned frequently and which would bind those people participating into a trust.
In the course of stumbling about trying to grasp at least a straw of law on the subject I have gained the impression that it is possible that the same group of people could arrange circumstances, probably with documents signed by them, that in law will set up a trust in fact even though the word is never mentioned, and indeed never thought of as such by the participants. Is it possible that a trust could be brought into being in such an ad hoc fashion?
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