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Joint Trustees:

Two or more persons who are entrusted with property for the benefit of one or more others. Unlike joint executors, joint trustees cannot act separately, but must both join in conveyances and receipts, for one cannot sell without the others, or receive more of the consideration money, or be more a trustee than his or her partner.


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