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This Trust Instrument is made [&c.] between John H. of [&c.] (hereinafter called the Settlor) of the first part, Jane W. of [&c.] of the second part, and X. of [&c.], Y. of [&c.], and Z. of [&c.] (hereinafter called the trustees) of the third part.
Whereas by a deed (herinafter called the Vesting Deed) bearing even date with but executed contemporaneously with these presents, and made between the same parties and in the same order as these presents, certain hereditaments situated at in the county of were vested in the Settlor Upon the trusts declared concerning the same by a trust instrument of even date therein referred to (meaning these presents).
Now in consideration of the intended marriage between the Settlor and Jane W., this Deed witnesseth as follows:—
1The Settlor hereby agrees that he will hold the hereditaments and property comprised in the Vesting Deed In trust for himself until the solemnisation of the said marriage and thereafter Upon the trusts following, that is to say:—E+W
2Upon trust for the Settlor during his life without impeachment of waste with remainder Upon trust if Jane W. survives him that she shall receive out of the premises during the residue of her life a yearly jointure rentcharge of [&c.] and subject thereto Upon trust for the trustees for a term of 800 years from the date of the death of the Settlor without impeachment of waste Upon the trusts hereinafter declared concerning the same. And subject to the said term and the trusts thereof Upon trust for the first and other sons of the said intended marriage successively according to seniority in tail male with remainder [&c.]with an ultimate remainder in trust for the Settlor in fee simple.E+W
[Here add the requisite trusts of the portions term, and any other proper provisions including the appointment of the trustees to be trustees of the settlement for the purposes of the Settled Land Act,1925, extension of Settled Land Act powers, and a power for the tenant for life for the time being of full age to appoint new trustees of the settlement.]
In witness [&c.].
[Note.—The Vesting Deed and the Trust Instrument can be executed as escrows till the marriage.]
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