Where creditors are paid otherwise than from the proceeds of the fund directed to be accumulated to pay debts, the trust for accumulation comes to an end, and any right expressly or impliedly given to the persons who, claiming under the instrument, are thus disappointed by the mode of payment, to have the accumulation continued to recoup them is not within the exception in favour of provisions for payment of debts
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