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Equitable compensation arising out of sale of a property ordered under s.14 Trusts of Land and Appoi

This post briefly discusses three questions: 1. What is the legal basis for claiming equitable compensation for breach of fiduciary duty? 2. Is a tenant in common (‘A’) potentially liable to a personal representative (‘B’) of a deceased co-owner (‘C’), to pay equitable compensation for loss of development value (‘DV’), on the grounds of breach of fiduciary duty, where A has applied for a sale of land under s.14 of the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996 (TLATA) as a ‘trustee of land’ under s.14(1)? 3. Can a sale of property ordered by the court following an application made under s.14 TLATA be an unauthorised disposal of trust property, in breach of fiduciary duty, by a

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