§ SIR HOWARD VINCENT
I beg to ask the Attorney General whether the rules of procedure under the Judicial Trustees Act 1896, have been finally approved; and, in such case, if he will take steps to bring to the notice of the legal profession and the public the opportunity given by the Act for any person interested in a trust, either as settlor, trustee, or beneficiary, to obtain the appointment of a judicial trustee, who at trifling cost will discharge his duties under the supervision of the Court?
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL (Sir RICHARD WEBSTER,) Isle of Wight
I am informed that the rules under the Judicial Trustees Act are almost ready for issue. The object has been, as far as possible, to establish a system which shall not be costly, but it is difficult to utilise the supervision of the Court without expense.