trustee


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to trustee: Public trustee

trustee

A person entrusted to perform a particular task.

trustee

Vox populi A person entrusted to perform a particular task. See Health information.
References in periodicals archive ?
I endorse the incumbents -- Ray Lang, Joe Vito and Dave Vogel for trustee in the Village of Wheeling.
Additionally, Eresian's co-petitioner, Evelyn Eresian, filed a motion for leave to file a pro se brief on behalf of the trust that she was trustee of, but the motion was never ruled on.
Weisberg has served on the CCM Board of Trustees for 25 years and has made significant contributions both within the institution and throughout the region at large, according to the NJCCC.
However, because of the very limited role of a directed trustee, BNY Mellon had no obligation to advise the plaintiffs that its investment direction was imprudent, or to reach out to plaintiffs and suggest that it do something different.
The basics really matter when you're a trustee, though, even down to turning up on time and ensuring that the paperwork for meetings is properly read.
"Additionally, in June 2014, five former trustees of the charity were disqualified from taking company director roles under section 6 of the Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986.
If there ever is a day when a disgruntled beneficiary comes calling with his or her legal representative claiming that you have breached your duties as a trustee, you will be prepared.
PEN Turkey Vice President Halil ybrahim Euzcan also condemned the court decision and stated that PEN Turkey is against the trustee appointment.
Similarly, the Fund welcomes Mr I-Ben Natangwe Nashandi and Mrs Maria Shivute Dax as new Trustees on the GIPF Board.
Section 701 of the Bankruptcy Code, entitled "Interim trustee," provides in relevant part for the prompt "appoint[ment]" of an interim trustee following the order for relief in a Chapter 7 case.