This comment will first examine the trustee's investment duties, particularly those relating to investments in securities, and then consider the factors which have brought to the fore the problem of the unduly-conservative trust investment. On the basis of this examination, it may be determined whether the present law in this area provides the beneficiary with adequate safeguards against the unduly-conservative investment. Finally, assuming such safeguards have not been provided, some suggested remedies for this situation will be considered, including the possible imposition of a duty upon trustees to invest at least part of the trust funds in common stock.
Lawrence Hirsch S.Ed.,
Trusts-Trustees-Investment Duties of Trustees and the Problem of Unduly-Conservative Trust Investments,
Mich. L. Rev.
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