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Reprint of the Tolley's edition - isbn 9780406965288
The law relating to trustee investment has been fundamentally altered by the introduction of the Trustee Act 2000. Solicitors, accountants, banks and other persons acting as trustees are now subject to new statutory duties including the new statutory duty of care. The new regime provides trustees with new powers but imposes a raft of new obligations on them in order to safeguard the interest of beneficiaries.
This title concentrates on the powers and duties of trustees in relation to the investment of trust funds. It provides a concise guide to the considerations that a trustee should bear in mind and examines the new Act against the background of the old case law that is still relevant and applicable.