May 11, 2010
This week on Hull on Estates, Sharon Davis and Craig Vander Zee discuss two rules which arise when a trustee mixes trust funds with personal assets and when a trustee mixes assets from one trust with one or more trusts. These rules are called the rule in Re Hallets’s Estate and the rule in Clayton’s Case. As discussed in the podcast, more information on these rules can be found in “The law of trusts: a Contextual Approach” By Mark R. Gillen and Faye Woodman. If you have any comments, send us an email at [email protected] or leave a comment on our blog.