The Court of Appeal has provided beneficiaries with an alternative avenue for seeking disclosure against a trustee. Sophie Holcombe explains ‘The Court of Appeal expressly stated that it would not be correct to refuse to exercise the court‘s discretion to order compliance “because this disclosure could not be obtained from the trustees under the governing …
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- Dawson-Damer & ors v Taylor Wessing LLP  EWCA Civ 74
- Ittihadieh v 5-11 Cheyne Gardens RTM Company; Deer v University of Oxford  EWCA Civ 121
- R (on the application of Lord) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWHC 2073 (Admin)
- Re Londonderry  EWCA Civ 6
- Schmidt v Rosewood Trust Ltd  UKPC 26;  WTLR 565;  WTLR 887