Concealing “Trust Documents”

Beneficiaries of trust are entitled to have access to most documents relating to the trust held by trustee or trustees with a few limited exceptions.

Scott J had to consider the concealment of a medical report from a member of a superannuation fund in Honey v McLennan [1997] 18 WAR 384.

Scott J found this to be an example of fraudulent concealment.

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Concealment of Trust Documents