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trustee

A person entrusted to perform a particular task.

trustee

Vox populi A person entrusted to perform a particular task. See Health information.
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This is in line with the strong emphasis on good governance from the Pensions Regulator and its expectations as to the role that professional trustees have to play in ensuring this.
However, the lawsuits were commenced within one year of the Trustees appointment as interim trustee on May 13, 2011, and that appointment was within two years after the entry of the order for relief on May 14, 2009.
Attorney/Firm Lifetime Employment Clauses: Designation of attorneys, or law firms, or those who are members of particular groups, as mandatory successor trustees with no language permitting removal or replacement.
Hampshire, a member of the Five College consortium that includes Amherst, Mount Holyoke, Smith, and the University of Massachusetts Amherst, has long had an elected student trustee and an elected faculty trustee, but the elected staff trustee position is still a rarity.
The Board of Trustees meets twice a year, in the Spring and Fall.
In the boardroom they are a resource for fellow trustees, fielding questions about care quality and patient safety, and serving up a medical staff perspective on issues of the day.
Under UPIA Section 104, a power to adjust allows the trustee to transfer amounts between trust income and principal, so that both classes of beneficiaries are allocated reasonable amounts of the total return (including both traditional income and capital appreciation) when a trust invests under the "prudent investor" rule.
The adjustment and unitrust provisions, which must comply with detailed notice and beneficiary consent requirements, will prove important to trustees and their advisers.
For example, the simple act of granting security over assets owned by a company sponsoring a pension plan will subordinate the position of the pension plan trustees.
The rift among the trustees over the last 3 years was due to the cover-up of the activities of Public Health Nurses counseling in the area of sexual health.