Trusts in Mauritius

In terms the Trusts Act 2001 (“the Act”) in Mauritius; a trust exists where a person (the trustee) holds or his vested in them property of which they are not the owner in their own, with a fiduciary obligation to hold, use, deal or dispose of it for the benefit of any person or/and any purpose. This codifies the common law definition of a trust and allows for trusts to be developed with a range of applications.

Mauritius law permits a variety of trusts to be established, including:

The Mauritius Trust Frequently Asked Questions

While setting up structures for clients making use of Mauritian trusts and companies, we frequently come across similar questions. We thought it would be helpful to prepare some pieces answering these questions.

Mauritius Trusts FAQs
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