Russell and Graham, ‘Corrupted fiduciaries; law of bribery extends to non-monetary bribes’

Introduction
Lord Herschell famously described the rule that a fiduciary must not place himself in a position where his personal interest conflicts or possibly conflicts with his duty as ‘an inflexible rule of a Court of Equity’. He explained that otherwise: ‘… human nature being what it is, there is a danger in such circumstances, of the person holding a fiduciary position being swayed by interest rather than duty and thus prejudicing those whom he was bound to protect …’ (more)

David Russell and Toby Graham, ‘Corrupted fiduciaries; law of bribery extends to non-monetary bribes’, Trusts and Trustees, Volume 24, Issue 10, 1 December 2018, pages 935–942, https://doi.org/10.1093/tandt/tty171. Published: 26 December 2018.

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