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(p. 436) 19. The Fiduciary Nature of Trusteeship 

(p. 436) 19. The Fiduciary Nature of Trusteeship
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(p. 436) 19. The Fiduciary Nature of Trusteeship
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Philip H Pettit

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780199694952.003.0019
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date: 22 February 2020

This chapter explores the fiduciary nature of trusteeship in Great Britain, considers trustees as fiduciary, and suggests that the trustee–beneficiary relationship is the leading fiduciary relationship. It discusses the duty of trustees to act without remuneration and the disabilities of trustees relating to purchase of trust property or equitable interest. The chapter also analyses court decisions in several related cases.

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