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Section 59 – The Indian Trusts Act, 1882

The Indian Trusts Act, 1882


59. Right to sue for execution of trust


Where no trustees are appointed or all the trustees dies disclaim, or are discharged, or where for any other reason the execution of a trust by the trustee is or becomes impracticable, the beneficiary may institute a suit for the execution of the trust, and the trust shall, so far as may be possible, be executed by the Court until the appointment of a trustee or new trustee.



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