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Breach of Fiduciary Duty

A fiduciary is a relationship of trust. Certain people in positions of power or responsibility have to act with good faith.

Where there has been an abuse of their position/role or power, then you may wish to seek legal advice about your recourse to the law.

Examples of these situations include:

  • Attorneys acting under a Power of Attorney
  • Deputies acting under a Deputyship/Order of the Court of Protection
  • Trustees acting under a Trust
  • Executors/Personal representatives acting under a Will
  • Employers acting under an Employment Contract

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