Alexander Lord Saltoun v William Fraser Esq; His Brother, Guardian and Trustee for Alexander Fraser: HL 16 Jun 1720

Parent and Child – Tutor and Pupil – Lord Saltoun having left 4000 l. payable at the first term after his decease, to the eldest son of the master of Saltoun, and failing him to the grantor’s heirs of entail; and having appointed an uncle of the pupil to be his tutor and curator with a salary during nonage with power to uplift the principal and interest, to employ the money in the purchase of lands, andc.: the pupil’s father, the heir and executor of the grantor of the provision, was not obliged to pay over the money to the uncle without security, but to pay it to the Court of Session, who were ordered to by it out in the manner directed by the grant.

[1720] UKHL Robertson – 312, (1720) Robertson 312

Scotland, Trusts

Updated: 05 January 2022; Ref: scu.553647