Beneficial interest

The right of a party to some profit, distribution, or benefit from a contract or trust.

A beneficial interest refers to the right of a party to some profit, distribution, or benefit from a contract or trust.

A beneficial interest is distinguishable from the rights of someone like a trustee or official who has responsibility to perform and/or title to the assets but does not share in the benefits.

 

 

(Adapted from Law.com Law Dictionary)

 

Legal estates and beneficial interests: what's the difference? HM Land Registry .

 

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