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If not for dutys imposed by litigation, would I owe trustee ANY duty?
From: Texas cebar FIDUCIARY DUTY TO DISCLOSE
"The trustee and beneficiary are in a fiduciary relationship.
The fiduciary relationship is NOT adversarial.
The fiduciary relationship demands one the highest duties of loyalty:
When persons enter into fiduciary relations each consents, as a matter of law, to have his conduct towards the other measured by the standards of the finer loyalties exacted by courts of equity. That is a sound rule and should not be whittled down by exceptions. If the existence of strained relations should be suffered to work an exception, then a designing fiduciary could easily bring about such relations to set the stage for a sharp bargain.
Not 1 ans. before trustee filed.
Now costs $1,000's/?