RPPTL authorized for five new positionsfor upcoming session

first_img February 1, 2006 Regular News RPPTL authorized for five new positions for upcoming session RPPTL authorized for five new positionsfor upcoming sessioncenter_img The Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section has been authorized by the Bar Board of Governors to add five items to its legislative lobbying platform for the upcoming 2006 Regular Session of the Florida Legislature.Under Bar rules, sections are given great latitude on lobbying issues, with the board only exercising general oversight to ensure a section position does not conflict with a Bar position or cause deep philosophical divisions among Bar members.The board authorized the following RPPTL positions at its December meeting:• Supports legislation to clarify the law to ensure that communications between a lawyer and client acting as a fiduciary in estate- and trust-related matters are privileged to the same extent as if the client were not acting as a fiduciary.• Supports legislation to clarify that the discretionary power of a trustee to reimburse a trust settlor for income taxes owed by the settlor on trust income taxable to the settlor under federal income tax law, but not actually received by the settlor, does not alone result in subjecting the allowable reimbursement to claims of the settlor’s creditors.• Supports SB 472 (2006) regarding Florida’s guardianship law as originally filed on 10/25/05, with two exceptions: (1) the proposed amendments to F.S. §744.441(19); and (2) the proposed amendments to F.S. §744.474(20).• Supports the creation of F.S. §689.072, Real Estate Interests Owned and Transferred by a Custodian or Trustee of an Individual Retirement Account or Qualified Plan, to rectify ambiguities within Florida Statutes regarding the ability of an IRA or qualified plan custodian to take title to real estate.• Supports legislation to simplify, improve, clarify and modernize the law governing land trusts in F.S. §689.071.last_img read more

Photo – See Alvaro Morata Visit Stamford Bridge For The First Time

first_imgMorata will make his first competitive appearance for Chelsea on Sunday, August 6, at Wembley in the Community Shield. Chelsea new signing, Alvaro Morata, has taken a tour of Stamford Bridge for the first time since his £70m move from Real Madrid.The 24-year-old striker, who immediately joined up with his Chelsea team mates on their pre-season tour of Asia after signing, visited his new home ground for the first time on Monday alongside his wife.The Spaniard posted pictures of the visit on his Instagram page, with the caption: “Couldn’t wait to meet you…” However, the former Real Madrid striker will make his Stamford Bridge debut on the opening weekend of the Premier League with the visit of Burnley.RelatedAlvaro Morata Arrives Madrid to Complete Switch From ChelseaJanuary 27, 2019In “Transfers”Mourinho Not Intereted In Chelsea TransfersJuly 20, 2017In “England””I Want To Make An Explosion” At Chelsea – MorataAugust 20, 2017In “England”last_img read more