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Trust Property Cannot Be Alienated Unless It Is for Benefit of Trust And/or Its Beneficiaries: Supreme Court

[22 July 2022] The Supreme Court observed that a trust property cannot be alienated unless it is for the benefit of the Trust and/or its beneficiaries.

When a Trust property is transferred without prior sanction of the Registrar under Section 14 [of Madhya Pradesh Public Trusts Act, 1951] and/or without following a fair and transparent process, it can be always said that the Trust property is not being properly managed or administered, the the bench comprising Justices AM Khanwilkar, Abhay S. Oka and CT Ravikumar observed in a judgment in the matter of Khasgi (Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Charities) Trust.

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