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Posted by **Justie** on Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 11:11pm.

Thank you!

Suppose X, Y, and Z buy a piece of property in C’s name. A trust will result that goes to

a. C

b. X, Y, and Z jointly

c. X, Y, Z, and C jointly

d. Mostly to C, with the remainder going to X, Y, and Z

I believe its "a and goes to "C" but I don't know... I am debating between that one and to "b" X, Y, and Z jointly.

- Legal -
**Ms. Sue**, Friday, April 18, 2008 at 10:08amIf the property is in C's name, then C is the sole owner. It looks like a. is correct.

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