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Cases, Trustee liability

Trustees’ loss of objectivity comes at significant cost

A fundamental principle of trust law is that trustees act personally.  However, there is a big difference between acting personally and acting in accordance with your personal beliefs.  This dichotomy, and the resulting consequences are high-lighted in the recent United Kingdom case of White v Williams.


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