“Nothing is more important than the settlor’s or the testator’s intention in det

“Nothing is more important than the settlor’s or the testator’s intention in determining whether and how the provisions of a trust ought to be carried out”. 
Discuss this statement with reference to any of the topics we have studied to date (the three certainties, the beneficiary principle, and charities). You are strongly encouraged to narrow your focus to a specific area. Do not attempt to cover everything.
Word limit: 1500
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