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Sample NH Trusts Cases
... To support its assertion that constructive knowledge of Donahue's breach of trust suffices to void a contract, the Trust relies upon the Restatement (Second) of Trusts § 288 (1959). ... The Restatement (Second) of Trusts is a compilation of the common law. ...
... Id. We note, as an initial matter, that "[t]rusts are, and have been since they were first enforced, within the peculiar province of courts of equity." III AW Scott & WF Fratcher, Scott on Trusts § 197, at 188 (4th ed. 1988). In other words ...
... Plaintiffs Lillian Billewicz; Johnathan Billewicz and Michael Billewicz, by and through Lillian Billewicz; and the Interim Trustee of their several trusts, John Kalled, appeal the decision of the Rockingham County Probate Court (Patten, J.) granting the motion of defendants John C ...
... He argues that the trial court erred by: (1) finding that post-divorce trust income that Tamposi may receive as a beneficiary of certain family trusts is not marital property; (2) retroactively applying the Uniform Trust Code (UTC), see RSA ch. ... V. Division of Assets Outside the Trusts. ...
... phrases "in trust" and "exclusive purpose." The Judicial Plan argues that the use of the words "in trust" evidences an intent to create a constitutional trust with respect to the retirement systems' funds, giving rise to constitutional fiduciary duties based upon the common law of trusts ...
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