Duties of trustees-trusts laws and accounts, Financial Accounting

DUTIES OF TRUSTEES

1) Not to profit from the trust:
A trustee may not receive remuneration except: By order of the court, if the trust is very onerous or the services of the trustee very valuable; Under authority in the trust instrument.

 2) To keep and audit accounts:
 Trustees must keep accounts and produce them to any beneficiary together with all reasonable information as to the financial position of the trust. The trustee may have the accounts audited by an independent accountant, but not more than once every three years, unless the nature of the trust makes more frequent audits reasonable S.23.

3) To observe terms of trust:
 Trustees must comply with the trust instrument and the rules of equity; they need not consult the beneficiaries or take instructions from them; but they may not depart from the terms of the trust unless authorised by the court

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