2. TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP The settlor transfers, transfers and transfers the property to the agent to be held in trust under the conditions set out in this deed. The agent confirms the maintenance of ownership and accepts the terms of the trust deed, admits and acknowledges that he retains the property in trust under the conditions set out in the trust deed. The agent is also expressly authorized to receive in the future other property from the Settlor or another person and to add these new assets to the trust fund. 22. POWER TO ENTER INTO COMPROMISES The trustee is entitled, for whatever reason, to reach an agreement and make compromises, including, but not limited to, the payment of debt and the balancing of competing interests between creditors and beneficiaries. For these reasons, investors can often expect high interest rates on their money from trustees. You can enjoy the benefits of diversifying into another asset class without having to be an expert in construction or real estate management: it`s a passive investment. Although a trust instrument generally states that the borrower makes an „irrevocable“ transfer to the trustee, it is customary in many jurisdictions for borrowers to receive mortgages or second- and third-party trusts to additional agents (d.b of real estate that they have already transferred to the trustee in their first fiduciary deed). As with mortgages, trust securities are subject to the „first in time, first in right“ rule, which means that the beneficiary of the first registered trust deed can exclude and destroy all subsequently registered trusts. .