A trustee can be removed on the following ground:
- If the Trustee deals with the beneficiaries estate deceitfully.
- Where there is a conflict of interest between the trustee and the trust property.
- He is incapable of carrying out his function
- Refuses to act
A trustee can be removed in a number of ways, either with or without their consent. The trustee of an estate can be removed in the following ways:
- By the court at its discretion
- by the court pursuant to S. 41 of the Trustees Act 1925
- By resignation
- Upon attainment of majority by the beneficiary
Please call us on 0207 183 0084 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org if you want advise on duties of a trustee and to ask us about any reservations or queries that you may have; we are always happy to assist.