Private Client: Loss of Trust
Date: 6th November 2018, 18:00 to 21:00
Location: Trinity House, Tower Hill, London EC3N 4DH
Expert barristers at Ten Old Square explored the practical remedies available to beneficiaries who have suffered financial loss resulting from a trustee’s breach of trust.
The speakers discussed and distinguished between, on the one hand, cases where the breach of trust can be repaired by a claim to rectify or set aside the impugned transaction (which can often be achieved by consent) and, on the other hand, cases where the beneficiaries’ best bet is to make the defaulting trustee personally liable for the losses. In the same context the speakers also examined the position of professionals who have advised on an impugned transaction.
This briefing was aimed at both contentious and non-contentious private client practitioners.
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Private Client practitioners – Senior Partners, Associates, Solicitors and Trainees
The evening briefing was free of charge to attend.
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