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Thursday, 26 November 1914

Senator KEATING (Tasmania) . - I move -

That after the word "of," line 3, the words "except in the ordinary course of business" be inserted.

I take it that this is what was meant by the clause, although, as it stands at present, the trustee would be prevented from disposing of the property in the ordinary way of business. To makesure that that will not be prevented, I submit my amendment.

Senator Gardiner - I am prepared to accept the amendment.

Amendment agreed to.

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Clauses 165 to 170 agreed to.

Clause 171 -

The trustee of a deed may retain out of the estate, as a remuneration for his care and trouble in and about the execution of the trusts thereof, such a sum of money or percentage as is allowed by the Court, or fixed by the deed and approved by the Court.

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