Plaintiff, an employee of a laundry of which the legal title was held in trust, was injured by an unguarded machine. The trustee was sued in tort in his representative capacity. There was no evidence as to whether the trustee himself or some agent was directly responsible for the condition of the premises. Held, the judgment of the lower court, directing that the plaintiff be paid out of the assets of the trust estate, was correct. Where the trustee is charged with the duty of carrying on a business the trust estate may be held liable for the negligence of the trustee or his employees. Smith v. Coleman (Fla. 1931) 132 So. 198