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If a new trustee is appointed at a trustee meeting without a deed of appointment, is the appointment valid?

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Published on LexisPSL on 15/06/2015

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  • If a new trustee is appointed at a trustee meeting without a deed of appointment, is the appointment valid?

If a new trustee is appointed at a trustee meeting without a deed of appointment, is the appointment valid?

For the purposes of this response, we have assumed that the appointment in question was made in writing using direct, operative wording. Whether the appointment of the new trustee is valid will largely depend on the terms of the trust instrument. If the appointment was made in accordance with any power to appoint

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