A controversy is brewing over whether a Hungarian trust is a true trust, or just a type of contract

Charles E. Rounds, Jr.
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A controversy is brewing over whether a Hungarian trust is a true trust, or just a type of contract. Istvan Illés and Charles E. Rounds, Jr. conclude that it is not and explain the rationale for their conclusion in a law review article. Ákos Menyhei takes issue with their conclusion and explains why in an article. Links to the dueling articles are set forth below.

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