This week we are considering another case where the courts considered the mental capacity of a testator. We have also considered the case of Banks v Goodfellow where the court provided us with the golden rule. We will now be considering the case of...
Disputes often arise in relation to trusts, whether that be a trust created under a Will or under a formal trust deed. A trust dispute is any dispute relating to the administration or running of a trust, whether it involves a dispute over the value of assets, how trust funds are being used or dealing with difficult trustees or beneficiaries.
The law on trusts can seem confusing. Modern trusts are now governed by the provisions of the Trustee Act 2000 however, any trusts created before that act came into force have a different set of rules that apply to them.
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