The last few years have witnessed an increasing tendency to use both the testamentary and inter vivos trust as a means for the distribution of estates. Since this results in an avoidance of the normal procedure of probate and administration and of supervision by the probate court, it becomes pertinent to inquire as to the extent to which the administration of trusts is subject to judicial control.
Victor P. Kayser,
TRUSTS - JUDICIAL SUPERVISION OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF TRUSTS,
Mich. L. Rev.
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