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Altson v Equity Trustees, Executors and Agency Ltd (1912) 14 CLR 341

This case considered the issue of the powers of a trustee to sell property and whether or not a trustee had the power to sell property in order to distribute to the beneficiaries of a deceased estate.  It also involved the interpretation of the intention of a testators will.

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Altson v Equity Trustees, Executors and Agency Ltd (1912) 14 CLR 341
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