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Part VI Administration of Trusts 

Part VI Administration of Trusts
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date: 19 September 2019

The precise duties and powers of a trustee depend upon the express terms of the trust deed creating the trust, or those that are implied by statute. In some instances, the trustee is not the best person to perform all the functions required of him as trustee. One option for the trustee is to delegate the function to someone who can perform it properly for him. This chapter considers the authority, rights, and responsibilities involved in trustees delegating some or all of their trustee functions to third parties.

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