breach of trust

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violation (either through fraud or negligence) by a trustee of a duty that equity requires of him

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New Delhi [India], Feb 20 ( ANI ): The Delhi High Court on Tuesday will continue to hear a plea filed by owner of Gitanjali Gems, Mehul Choksi, seeking the quashing of an FIR lodged against him for alleged cheating and criminal breach of trust.
An Algerian businessman has accused the two brothers, aged 32 and 42, of embezzlement and breach of trust when he gave one of them a Dh2 million cheque to pay for utility bills and other expenses in a sports clothing firm he co-owned with one of them.
She reported the case to Public Prosecution accusing her assistant of breach of trust.
In fact, in 2014, five former Foxconn employees were charged with breach of trust in Taiwan for soliciting $160 million in kickbacks from suppliers in exchange for buying their equipment.
47) But not every breach of trust constitutes wilful default.
The accused allegedly committed criminal breach of trust by stealing currency notes from GPO Rawalpindi during official duty and replaced 8 Fake currency notes of one thousand each denomination with original ones.
They are accused of colluding with former National Security Adviser Sambo Dasuki, who also served under Jonathan and was charged with money laundering and criminal breach of trust last month, to divert the funds.
Under that amendment, a trustee can use trust funds to pay legal fees incurred in defending a breach of trust litigation without prior court approval so long as the trustee first provides notice of his or her intent to do so.
Jailing him for 26 weeks, District Judge Michael Fanning told Evitt: "This is a serious breach of trust.
The Incheon District Prosecutors' office issued the indictment without arrest, with its spokesman saying Jang was suspected of committing breach of trust worth 3.
Defending Stafford law firm Mark Redler & Co Solicitors, Mills & Reeve succeeded in changing centuries of law relating to equitable compensation for breach of trust by a solicitor.
Judge Philip Hughes, sitting at Mold Crown Court, told Wilson: "These are serious offences of fraud and a significant element of a breach of trust arises.
Summary: Investigative Judge Ghassan Oueidat rejected Thursday prominent Druze businessman Bahij Abu Hamzeh's appeal to be released after he was charged with fraud and breach of trust.
A JUNIOR doctor who committed a breach of trust of the "greatest possible magnitude" when he sexually assaulted and secretly photographed female patients during examinations has had an extra year added to his jail sentence by Court of Appeal judges.
Lord Justice Fulford described Ahmed's behaviour as "appalling" and expressed agreement with the description of the offending given in court as involving a breach of trust of the greatest possible magnitude.