A. General Provisions. If property is transferred to the trust during my lifetime, I will receive, keep and manage it; invests and reinvests these properties, with the exception of life insurance policies; to recover any revenues and their revenues; and pay to me or others as much of the net income and capital as I decide from time to time, unless I am unable to work within the meaning of paragraph B of this Article II. If I become unfit for work during my fiduciary work, I will resign immediately as an agent. Subsequently, the descendants designated in accordance with Section IX of this document shall pay or request from one or more members of a group consisting of myself, my children and the descendants of my children, the share of the net income and capital of the trust, even if the capital is exhausted. As successors, trustees may consider their health, retention and support to be desirable. Descendants are exempt from any liability related to the payment of such discretionary payments. To the extent possible, the follow-up directors will advise me on the purchase, sale, exchange or other disposal of interests that are part of the fiduciary asset. Any unspent net income can be accumulated from time to time and added to the capital. A. General Powers. In addition to all other powers conferred by law, the agent (including all post-loyalists or trustees) has the following powers for each trust created under this instrument, which may be exercised at the discretion of the agent: C.
Use of Residential Property. If the trust consists of a dwelling or physical personal property, I reserve the right, in addition to the provisions set out above in this Article II, to occupy that dwelling and to own and use any material personal property without me being required to pay rent or any other consideration. Notwithstanding the foregoing, during a period during which I am unable to work within the meaning of this Article II, the descendants have the right, during my life, 1. To retain the original property. For a period such as the mandatary considers appropriate, any property, real, personal or mixed, which the mandatary may obtain, even if the preservation of such property would not be appropriate by reason of its nature, its amount, its share of the entire estate or, on the other hand, for the agent other than this provision; CONSIDERING that I would like to establish a trust for certain property for the benefit of myself and others, this property being described in Schedule A and that it was given to me on that date as trustee of the trust created in this form; and if two or more people buy a property together, they may want to buy as joint tenants. This declaration of trust for tenants in common records the contribution of each person and therefore the shares of the property they own. . . .