Count Your Blessings, One By One

Litigation about trusts is no different from the notorious syndrome in which several buses come along at once. Experience in the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands over the past year or so has amply illustrated this truism in the shape of a number of reported cases on so-called “trustee blessing” applications. Such applications have always been a regular part of the exercise of the court’s supervisory jurisdiction over trusts, but it is unusual to find so many detailed judgments in this area.

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