My sister has a Discretionary Trust with a Corporate Trustee and is the sole director for that Corporate Trustee. The Trust Deed was executed on 28 September 2012. Only recently has an administrative error been found relating to the Schedule attached to the Trust Deed. The Schedule shows incorrect details for the name of the Trustee. It shows the name of another Corporate Trustee of which my sister is also the sole director. All other details of the Trust Deed & the Schedule are complete & correct. The Deed was executed with the correct Trustee details shown above the signatures of my sister, in her capacity as sole director, the settlor and the witness. Preliminary advice to date centres around using a Deed of Amendment to change the Trustee which appears to be 'overkill' for a one line, three to four word administrative error, particularly as there is in fact no change to Trustee required. Anyway, my questions are: 1. Can the error in the Schedule be fixed by Trustee Resolution / Minute? 2. Is a Deed of Amendment indeed required to correct the Schedule? 3. The law of the jurisdiction covering the Trust Deed is Tasmania. However, which jurisdiction should a correction be made as my sister & the Trust activities now reside and operate in Western Australia? Finally, the correction required is very simple in editing terms ie, replacing the Corporate Trustee name & ACN & I look forward to any advice you can provide.