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n. - Members of a governing board; A person (or institution) to whom legal title to property is granted to use for another's benefit.

Usage examples (39)
  • In Mexico, the trustee is always a financial institution, and it holds title to the property.
  • This is often described as a trustee's most important fiduciary duty, the duty of loyalty.
  • The fact is, the position of a trustee is never satisfactory to the beneficiary or to the trustee himself.
  • There are three full two-year term trustee vacancies, and one to fill the one-year balance on a two-year term. for more
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