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Trustees" administrative powers

Peter W. Hogg

Trustees" administrative powers

by Peter W. Hogg

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Published by Ontario Law Reform Commission in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trusts and trustees -- Ontario.,
  • Powers (Law) -- Ontario.

  • Edition Notes

    On cover: Ontario Law Reform Commission. Law of Property Project. The law of trusts.

    Statementa study prepared for the Ontario Law Reform Commission [by] P.W. Hogg.
    ContributionsOntario Law Reform Commission. Law of Property Project.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination43 leaves ;
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18164050M

    Trustees have a fiduciary responsibility to manage the property in a trust and are obligated to act in the interest of the beneficiaries. Trustees may be individuals, or entities such as banks. A trust may name more than one trustee. In the instance of multiple trustees, each trustee has duties and powers . COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

    lay trustee. The Trustee Act creates a new statutory duty of care for trustees in carrying out their powers, although this duty can be excluded or modified by the Trust Deed itself. 6. To act personally A trustee may delegate his duties if permitted by the Trust Deed or in accordance with the terms of the Trustee Act , which permits the. of tax implications of trustees' administrative powers. Carefully drafted dispositive provisions may fail to achieve the draftsman's tax objective because of ill-fitting or poorly drafted administrative powers, or because of the selection of an interested trustee to hold the powers. The result can.

      A trustee’s responsibilities are spelled out in the document creating the trust, be it a will or a trust agreement. Any power not so given cannot be exercised, with certain narrow exceptions. A trustee has very broad powers not only to control the distributions in amount and timing, but also to invest the principal.   L. Rev. at (), and Trustee’s Absolute and Uncontrolled Discretionary Powers, Trusts and Estates Magazine, at (October ).. 26 Bogert, Trusts and Trustees, § (2d ed. ). 27 Halbach, Problems of Discretion in Discretionary Trusts, 61 Colum. L. Rev. at (); Lees v. Howarth, 85 R.I , A.2d ().


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^The two earlier reports of this committee dealt with Termination of Trusts: Trustee.The fiduciary relationship entails that a Trustee shall, in relation to the Trust, the beneficiaries and the other Trustees, act honestly and in good faith which includes that she or he shall exercise such powers as she or he may have to, manage or represent the Trust in the interests and for the benefit of the beneficiaries as a whole.