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Armitage v. Nurse

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  1. [1998] Ch 241 is an English trusts law case, decided in the Court of Appeal on the issue of excluding liability for gross negligence of a trustee. Millet LJ gave the leading judgment

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  2. Millet LJ summarises the facts at p.248 of the report

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  3. Millet LJ held that only a clause which purported to exclude liability for fraud would be considered repugnant and contrary to public policy

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  4. Thus the exclusion clause in favour of the trustee was allowed

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