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Brantly's annotated Bland's Reports, Chancery Court 1809-1832
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10. Those who have only a possible, or expectant interest in a legacy, can
give to a trustee no direction as to its disposition. Ib.

11. Those who mislead or practise a fraud upon a trustee, can claim noth-
ing of him. Ib.

12. The proceedings of a trustee appointed, under the Act of Assembly,
to dispose of property directed by a will to. be sold for the payment
of debts or other purposes, may be limited and controlled. Deakins'
Case, 333.

13. In appointing such a trustee, the Court does not confer upon him an
authority more extensive than that specified in the will. Ib.

14. An order, directing a trustee to suspend further proceedings, operates

as an injunction. Ib.
la. An ex parte petition to appoint a trustee to sell under a will, may be

treated as a creditor's suit; and the creditors of the testator notified

to file the vouchers of their claims. Ib.

16. Under the head of just allowances a trustee may be allowed a fee paid
to a solicitor for advice in relation to his trust, Jones v. Stockett,

17. A complaint, that a trustee holds the trust fund in his hands idle and
unprofitable, necessarily Implies that it should be brought into Court
and invested. Ib.

18. There are few cases in which trustees may not decline to act without
direction of the Court. Ib.

19. Although a trustee may have no pecuniary interest in the subject, yet
he has duties to perform, in regard to which lie should keep the Court
correctly informed. Ib.

20. In what cases, and how far the Court will interfere with the relations
of parent and child. Ib.

21. In what cases the Court will remove or discharge a trustee, after he
has accepted the trust. Ib,

22. A trustee, appointed to make sale, cannot be permitted, without the
previous sanction of the Court, to apply the proceeds of the sale.
Tilly v. Tilly, 417.

PRACTICE. 49, 53.
SALE, 2, 7.



1. According to the terms of the devise, in this case, it was held that the
contribution of the devisees should be in proportion to the actual
value of the property given to each. Hammond v. Hammond, 287.

2. A power of appointment as given in a certain will, allowed to be arbi-
trarily exercised. Addison v. Bowie, 575.

3. A testator cannot, in any way, place his personal estate beyond the
reach of his creditors. Ib.

4. A legatee may file a creditor's bill. Ib.

5. Where a testator may put his devisees to an election to take under or
in opposition to his will the Court may, in such cases, elect for in-
fants. Ib.
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