Marilyn McKeever looks at the implications for trustees and their advisers in the pivotal case Futter v Futter ‘The purpose of the rule in Hastings-Bass was to protect the beneficiaries, not the trustees. The effect of the new rule in Futter is to reduce that protection significantly.’In Futter & anor v Futter & ors , …
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- Breadner v Granville-Grossman  EWHC Ch 224;  WTLR 829
- Mettoy Pension Trustees Ltd v Evans  1 WLR 1587
- Pitt v Holt; Futter v Futter  WTLR 269;  WTLR 609;  WTLR 623;  UKSC 26;  WTLR 977
- Re Hastings-Bass; Hastings v Inland Revenue  EWCA Civ 13
- Sieff v Fox, Re Bedford Estates  WTLR 891