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" A trustee who willfully and unnecessarily mingles the trust property with his own, so as to constitute himself in appearance its absolute owner, is liable for its safety in all events, and for the value of its use. "
American Law Reports Annotated - Сторінка 597
1926
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The Civil Code of the State of California: As Enacted in 1872, Amended at ...

California - 1876 - 612 стор.
...consideration, and under undue influence. § 2236. A trnstee who wilfully and unnecessarily mingles the trnst property with his own, so as to constitute himself in appearance its absolute owner, is liable for its safety in all events. erty, contrary to section 2229, may, at the option of the beneficiary,...
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A Selection of Cases on the Law of Trusts: With Notes and Citations, Том 1

James Barr Ames - 1893 - 527 стор.
...of the authorities cited." — ED. " Sec. 2236. A trustee who wilfully and unnecessarily mingles the trust property with his own, so as to constitute himself in appearance its absolute owner, is liable for its safety at all events." We do not think this section was intended to change the rule...
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The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value ..., Том 65

Abraham Clark Freeman - 1899
...section 2236 of the Civil Code, which provides: "A trustee who willfully and unnecessarily mingles the trust property with his own, so as to constitute himself in appearance its absolute owner, is liable for its safety in all events." Citing, also, In re Arguello, 97 Cal. 196. It was distinctly...
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Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of ..., Том 97

California. Supreme Court - 1906
...of the Civil Code, which provides that "a trustee who willfully and unnecessarily mingles the tnist property with his own. so as to constitute himself in appearance its absolute owner, is liable for its safety in all events" ; but that section is in accord with the general rule, and...
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Complete Digest of the Decisions of the Supreme Court and District Courts of ...

California - 1907
...Civil Code, section 2236, which provides that "atrustee who willfully and unnecessarily mingles the trust property with his own, so as to constitute himself in appearance its absolute owner, is liable for its safety in all events." Arguello's Estate, In re, 97 Cal. 190, 31 Pac. 937. [b] Where...
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New Probate Law and Practice, with Annotations and Forms, for Use in ..., Том 1

William Smithers Church - 1909
...564; 65 Pac. Rep. 499, 500. A guardian, who wilfully and unnecessarily mingles the funds of his ward with his own, so as to constitute himself, in appearance, its absolute owner, is liable for its safety in all events; and this rule applies where a guardian lends the funds of his...
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Cases on the Law of Trusts: Selected from Decisions of English and American ...

Thaddeus Davis Kenneson - 1911 - 621 стор.
...bank, he will not be held liable for the loss, unless he has wilfully and unnecessarily mingled the trust property with his own, so as to constitute himself in appearance its absolute owner; and hence, that, under the facts found in this case, the order of the court was erroneous, and should...
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Lawyers' Reports Annotated, Книга 45

1913
...bank, he will not be held liable for the loss unless he has wilfully and unnecessarily mingled the c C 7 "V s * r s 9Iͤ J GTyu 9 n% t ^B & s nce A & absolute owner; and that the fact of a mere deposit in his own name was not sufficient for this purpose,...
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Modern American Law: A Systematic and Comprehensive Commentary on the ..., Том 7

Eugene Allen Gilmore, William Charles Wermuth - 1914
...The section • referred to reads as follows: "A trustee who wilfully and unnecessarily mingles the trust property with his own, so as to constitute himself in appearance its absolute owner, is liable for its safety in all events." We do not think this section was intended to change the rule...
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Select Cases and Other Authorities on the Law of Trusts

Austin Wakeman Scott - 1919 - 842 стор.
...referred to reads as follows : — "Sec. 2236. A trustee who wilfully and unnecessarily mingles the trust property with his own, so as to constitute himself in appearance its absolute owner, is liable for its safety in all events." We do not think this section was intended to change the rule...
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