A trust fund is a contractual agreement whereby a third party (the person concerned or the agent) receives and pays funds or property for the parties to the primary action, the payment being subject to the terms agreed by the parties. The payment depends on the terms agreed between the parties. For example, an account opened by a broker to hold funds on behalf of the broker`s client or another person until a transaction is completed or closed;  or a receiver account held in the borrower`s name to pay obligations such as property taxes and insurance premiums. The word derives from the old word escroue, which means a piece of paper or a scroll of parchment; this indicated the deed held by a third party until a transaction was concluded.  Trust contracts provide security by disserging an asset from an agent for retention until each party complies with its contractual obligations. In the United States, the California Department of Business Oversight, effective July 1, 2001, adopted Internet trust companies as a licensed class.  The first Internet trust company that was licensed was Escrow.com, founded by Fidelity National Financial in 1999.  Treuhand is used in the bank and sales ATM sector. For example, ATMs and the function that allows the ATM to keep separately the money paid by the customer, and if he withdraws the result from the account in Sanundon, the money is returned. Another example is an ATM where the client`s money is kept in a separate fiduciary space until the transaction is successfully completed.
If a problem occurs and the customer presses the refund button, the parts are returned by La Treuhand; If there is no problem, they fall into the machine safe.  A trust contract generally contains information such as: A type of unrelated trustee is when a buyer of a complex system, such as. B custom process control software, or a large industrial facility, may require the supplier to place the design in the source code trust agreement, so that the buyer remains able to maintain and modify the system in the event of a supplier`s fall. In a trust agreement, a party – usually a depositor – deposits funds or assets with the fiduciary agent until the contract is executed. As soon as the contractual terms are met, the agent provides the funds or other assets to the beneficiary. Trust contracts are often used in various financial transactions, particularly those that represent large sums in dollars, such as real estate or online sales. In the United States, trust payment is a common term that refers to the portion of a mortgage payment for property tax and risk insurance. This is an amount “above and above” the share of the principal and interest of a mortgage payment. Since the fiduciary payment is used to pay taxes and insurance, it is called “T-I,” while the mortgage payment, consisting of capital and interest, is called “I.E.P.” The sum of all the elements is then called “PITI” for “principle, interest, taxes and insurance.” Some mortgage companies require clients to keep a receiver account that pays property taxes and risk insurance. Others offer it as an option for customers. Certain types of loans, particularly Federal Housing Administration (FHA) loans, require the lender to maintain a receiver account for the duration of the loan. For certain transactions such as real estate, the fiduciary intermediary may open a trust account on which funds are deposited.