Removal of Estate Trustees – Follow-up

In an earlier post, we looked at a case where the Court removed an estate trustee as a result of his conflict of interest as a beneficiary and his questionable actions in the administration of the trust.  The Court recently ruled on costs of that motion, finding that the party moving to remove the trustee is entitled to full indemnity for costs, payable by the former trustee personally (as opposed to the estate), resulting largely from his “reprehensible” conduct.

Venables v. Gordon Estate

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