Trustees’ Powers: Expanding the scope

Re Portman Estate [2015] provides useful pointers on modernising a trust. Georgia Bedworth reports ‘Where powers are more restrictive than might be found in a modern settlement, s57 Trustee Act 1925 is a means by which trustees can update their administrative powers to allow adaptation to modern circumstances.’ Most settlements are designed to be long-term …
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