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    What can go into a Personal Injury Trust?

    Only money in respect of a personal injury can go into a Personal Injury Trust. However, the Trustees generally have wide powers of investment meaning they can purchase property and invest in any type of asset, anywhere in the world.

     ISAs and certain National Savings & Investments products are prohibited because they cannot be held in the name of the Trustees.

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