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What is a Malta Family Trust

The Trust and Trustees Act of the Laws of Malta defines a Malta Family Trust as a trust that has been created to hold property settled by a settlor or settlers for family members or underage family dependents to cater for future needs that are definite and determinable.

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Citizenship in Malta for Nationals of India ...

India is one of the most populated countries in the world and has a lot of financially potent individuals. Many of these individuals have been attracted by the possibilities that Malta offers.

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What is Malta famous for?

Malta is an island paradise enjoying a gorgeous climate, fabulous food, great beaches and a relaxed Mediterranean lifestyle.

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Is cryptocurrency legal in Malta? ...

The answer to the question of whether cryptocurrency is legal in Malta is a resounding yes!

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Citizenship in Malta for Chinese Nationals ...

With beautiful scenery, laid back life style but also tax-friendly, Malta has attracted citizens from all over the world.

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What makes a contract legal in Maltese ...

Maltese law defines a contract as a written agreement made between two or more parties which creates obligations which are subject to enforcement and recognition in the eyes of the law.

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What is interest income

The most widely accepted and simple definition of interest income is the revenue that is generated from invested savings made by an individual or a company.

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Malta Citizenship for Russian Expats ...

Russian expats planning to move to Malta often have in mind the beautiful scenery and quiet life but also the tax-friendly, politically stable and growing investment opportunities.

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The difference between residency and citizenship ...

Malta’s warm climate, cosmopolitan lifestyle, safe environment and food culture make it a popular destination for expats to make a new life and resettle with their families.

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What is ground rent

The concept of ground rent, historically known as emphyteusis, was once a very popular contract condition in the transfer of property, but it fell into disuse over the years.

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