A. The Trust for generational changeover in companies
Trust can be used for the implementation of efficient generational changeover in the context of a family business, suiting the needs of the company owner.

B. The Trust as an alternative to capital endowment
Trust may free you from some of the limitations of the corporations civil code for capital endowments.

C. The Trust as an alternative to domestic law
Trust can be used as an alternative to domestic law governed by Articles 14 et seq. of the civil code and by Presidential Decree No. 361, February 10th, 2000.

D. The Trust in the context of proceedings for a consensual legal separation
The trust has proven to be a useful instrument in the context of consensual legal separation of spouses.

E. The Trust for the protection of vulnerable persons
In a family context, trust should be established for the protection of vulnerable groups such as disabled people, minors and those that unable to ensure their medical care, assistance and finances suitable to meet their needs.

F. The Trust for the levying of tax credits for bankruptcy
Trust may be the most efficient solution for preventing some credits from bankruptcy (in particular tax credits) from being sold at prices far below the value of the loans themselves and also for preventing delays in the procedure to the point of debt collection (with consequent increase in cost and time for the procedure itself).

G. The Trust for the purpose of warranty
Trust can be used in order to allocate certain assets to ensure the fulfillment of valid obligations.

H. The Trust for the implementation of a creditors’ agreement
Trust can be used for the implementation of a creditors’ agreement in order to allow third parties (in various capacities concerned with the implementation of the agreement itself) to allocate certain goods to the satisfaction of the rights of the creditors of the procedure according to the modalities defined by the authorities of the bankruptcy procedure.

I. Corporate Agreement Trust
The transfer to a trustee of the operations covered by the shareholders agreement can allow the perfect coerciveness of obligations of the members of the shareholders’ agreement, since, from that moment on, the implementation of the agreement will be the responsibility of a third party, different from the individual members of the shareholders agreement and will be marked by the insensitivity to personal events and assets of each one adhering to the agreement itself.

J. Insurance Policy Trust
It is possible, through the establishment of a trust, to ensure that, when the policyholder is deceased, the sum paid by the insurance company is transferred to a trustee of a specially established trust; the trustee will manage the sum received for the purposes that the contractor shall have indicated in the statutory trust deed or in suitable successive instruments (letters of wishes addressed to the trustee).