A conveyance by trustees or personal representatives to one of themselves is prima facie in breach of trust and voidable by the beneficiaries without enquiry as to fairness1. Such a transaction can be justified if:
(1) there is proof of a pre-existing contract to purchase, an option or right of pre-emption in favour of the trustee or personal representative;
(2) the personal representative was a beneficiary under the will or intestacy of the seller;
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