Common law trust principles impose a duty of conservative prudence upon trustees administering the estates of decedents. This comment analyzes these traditional rules in terms of whether they provide realistic and workable standards when applied to trustees who are charged with the continuation of a decedent's business.
Operation of Businesses by Trustees,
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