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|Morley v Morley|
|Court||Court of Chancery|
|Citation(s)||(1678) 22 ER 817|
|Trusts, theft, duty of care|
Lord Nottingham LC held that a trustee could not be liable if £40 of the trust fund's gold was robbed, so long as he otherwise performed his duties.
- Saxton, N. (1836). Reports of Cases Decided in the Court of Chancery of the State of New Jersey. E. Sanderson.