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Fiduciary Duties and Personal Rights in Trusts and Property in Conflict

Published on 19 Nov 2014 | Took place at RACV Club, Melbourne, VIC

This event considered the following:

  • the decisions in McIntosh v McIntosh[2014] QSC 99 and Hitchcock v Pratt[2010] NSWSC 1508
  • fiduciary duties of trustees and directors of corporate trustees
  • beneficiary rights in trusts and fiduciary duties in conflict
  • structuring to protect assets from personal rights and the role for and of independent persons
  • the relevance of the provision of support in the past of the object of a discretionary trust.

Individual sessions

Duties and personal rights in trusts and property in conflict

Author(s):  Heather GRAY,  Peter Pascoe

This paper covers McIntosh v McIntosh [2014] QSC 99.

Materials from this session: