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In the matter of the CE Settlement (2010) JRC 085: directions for disclosure by beneficiaries

In the matter of the CE Settlement (2010) JRC 085: directions for disclosure by beneficiaries

Abstract

The facts of this case were somewhat unusual and it was those specific circumstances that led the Court to direct disclosure by the beneficiaries. Nevertheless, the case is an interesting reminder of both the broad powers available to the Courts under Article 51 of the Trusts (Jersey) Law 1984, and the Court’s willingness to use these powers to make orders not just in relation to trustees, but also beneficiaries where it considers it appropriate to do so.
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