A trustee or other fiduciary owner who mortgages the trust estate does not usually covenant to pay the money borrowed1, and a provision expressly excluding any personal liability on his part for payment is commonly inserted in the mortgage. A covenant by a trustee to pay out of a trust fund prevents a personal liability being implied2, and a covenant as trustee but not otherwise does not impose a personal liability
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