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STEP Lecture: Denaxe - the Chink in the Armour - Do Blessing Applications Give Full Immunity to Trustees?


19 March 2024

12:00 to 13:00 (GMT)

The Old Government Hotel, Guernsey

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We are delighted to sponsor the Guernsey Lunchtime Lecture Series. 

Alex will be discussing the recent UK Court of Appeal decision which appears to challenge the commonly held view that blessing applications afford full protection to trustees from proceedings brought by third parties and beneficiaries.   

Whilst the case concerned the sale of a football club's assets by a Receiver the judgment referred extensively to trust principles and in particular Public Trustee v Cooper applications in relation to trustee immunity from legal action.  

Alex will be discussing the effect of this judgment on Guernsey trust proceedings.

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