While the High Court decision in Hill v Zuda has resoundingly resolved that SMSF trust deeds can permit non-lapsing BDBNs, serious questions remain about the approach advisers should be taking in the area.
In many situations, as part of a holistic estate planning exercise, a BDBN (regardless of whether it is non-lapsing) will be completely inappropriate.
Conversely, if a BDBN is called for, the enforceability of the strategy may be undermined by poor documentation.
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