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The Protector's language on his sick - bed unveiled his thoughts and the favorite occupations of his heart . According to the words of St. Paul , he set his affections on things above , and not on things on the earth .

Author: Jean Henri Merle d'Aubigné

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ISBN: PRNC:32101067406130

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They had framed the " Instrument of Government , " and , under that , General Lambert had made General Cromwell the Lord Protector . His tenure of power was therefore their tenure . They were military adventurers ; he was a military ...

Author: Sir Reginald Francis Douce Palgrave

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ISBN: UCAL:$B674291

Category: Great Britain

Page: 402

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To these he said , " writes Burnet , “ and as some have " told me with many tears , that he would rather have " taken a shepherd's staff than the Protectorship , since nothing was more contrary to his genius than a show of greatness ...

Author: Jean Henri MERLE D'AUBIGNÉ

Publisher: New York : R. Carter

ISBN: BL:A0020856293

Category: Great Britain History Charles I, 1625-1649

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As a child, she daydreamed elaborate tales in which she was the heroine— gutsy, strong and invincible. Though she soon grew out of her superhero ... You can visit her Web site at www.shirleemccoy.com. The Protector's Promise Shirlee McCoy.

Author: Shirlee McCoy

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 9781408966969

Category: Fiction

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Who could want to hurt a little girl in a pink princess dress? Grayson Sinclair vows to find out who's after his widowed neighbor and her child. Without getting emotionally involved. Family life isn't for him, but he won't let some deranged person destroy the lovely home Honor Milone has made for her daughter.
2012-08-22 By Shirlee McCoy

the Nation in Peace and Safety , " was read , and passed with some alterations . November 27. The Protector came to the painted chamber , and sent a serjeant - at - arms , to give the House notice that he was come .

Author: Oliver Cromwell

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ISBN: IBNF:CF990989546

Category: Great Britain

Page: 784

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1820 By Oliver Cromwell

The buttons , c , over which the loops catch , are not only at the sides , but are near the front . They form centers for the swinging motion of the protector up and down , as the original specification states . The drawings show the ...

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044103141453

Category: Law reports, digests, etc

Page: 1980

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H. Protector's Protection Considering the possible broad extent of the powers of the protector and the fact that he is a fiduciary, the exercise (or failure to exercise) of such powers could expose the protector to liability (despite a ...

Author: Alexander A. Bove, Jr.

Publisher: Juris Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 9781578233762

Category: Law

Page: 332

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The trust protector is generally regarded as a relatively new position in trust law, and the key feature of the position is that the protector may be granted powers over the trust, which are generally superior to those of the trustee. This places the protector in a position where, by the exercise of his powers, he can cause the trust to adjust to unforeseen changes or new conditions without the need for court action or beneficiary approval. This work takes the firm position that, with only limited exception, the role of the protector is a fiduciary one, imposing on the protector a duty to act in the best interests of the purposes of the trust and the beneficiaries. Unfortunately, a substantial segment of the legal community, as well as the legislative bodies of a number of international jurisdictions, have taken a position that the protector is not a fiduciary, or that he may be declared in the trust not to be a fiduciary, and that the power granted him under the trust may be declared to be personal powers, whether or not such is the case, and thus he would have no liability for his actions or inactions while serving as protector. This “attraction” of providing total exculpation of the protector has effectively engendered a quick acceptance of the position by the bulk of the legal community and even by the legislatures of a number of jurisdictions, though almost totally unsupported by relevant case law. As a result, we have been seeing trusts which incorporate the use of a protector having the power to make critical dispositive and administrative decisions, as well as extensive modifications to the trusts without being exposed to liability for negligence or bad decisions which result in damages. This work will examine in detail the role of the protector of the trust, the relationship between the protector and the trustee, between the protector and the beneficiaries, and the protector’s responsibilities to the purposes of the trust. It will demonstrate with legal support that the role of the protector is not a new role, that, in fact, the protector is simply a new name for the decades-old position of trust “advisor,” and that the trust advisor is consistently regarded as a fiduciary in relevant treatises and has been repeatedly held to be a fiduciary in relevant cases. The discussion will also review and analyze the historical issues and professional commentary relevant to trust law and the role of protector, as well as case decisions in various international jurisdictions which have shed light on the issues and some of the positions taken in the statutes of a number of jurisdictions in the United States and across the world. All legal aspects of the role will be examined, including the rights of the protector, the protector’s relationship to the trustee, and the courts’ regard for and treatment of the position. Further, the work will discuss in detail all of the practical considerations in using a protector, such as selection and special drafting considerations, the use of a protector in a foundation, and, in brief, the numerous tax issues that may apply. The conclusion will be that with only very limited exception, which will be explained, the protector is unquestionably a fiduciary, and just as a trustee, he should be held to fiduciary standards. Accordingly, while it is certainly possible to grant personal powers to an individual under a trust, those powers per se conflict with the duties of a protector. And while it is also possible to reduce the fiduciary liability of a protector to a minimum, it is not possible to eliminate it entirely, regardless of trust language attempting to do so.
2014-09-01 By Alexander A. Bove, Jr.

RELATIVES OF THE PROTECTOR . 307 lived to 1672. ( 2 ) The Protector's sister CATHERINE , ætat . 61 , first married to a Roger Whetstone , a Parliamentarian officer , and afterwards to COLONEL JOHN Jones , member of the Long Parliament ...

Author: David Masson

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ISBN: OXFORD:300079847

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1877 By David Masson

( 2 ) The Protector's sister CATHERINE , ætat . 61 , first married to a Roger Whetstone , a Parliamentarian officer , and afterwards to COLONEL JOHN JONES , member of the Long Parliament for Monmouthshire , and one of the Regicides .

Author: David Masson

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ISBN: OXFORD:N13324682

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1877 By David Masson

Where a married Woman would , if single , be the Protector of a married WoSettlement in respect of a prior Estate which is not thereby settled , or man alone shall be the agreed or directed to be settled , to her separate Use , she and ...

Author: Tasmania. Parliament

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ISBN: HARVARD:HL5F7U

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