A congregation was jointly formed here and at Floor prior to 1668, in which year the first trust deed is dated.
The first trust deed of the present Meeting House is dated 1706.
But one trust deed, covering all the assets held by a trustee for the benefit of all the bond holders, accomplishes the purpose.
This is accomplished by means of a mortgage called a trust deed.
One day, you draft a will; the next, you break a trust deed—the balance remains even.