Learn the liabilities of a fiduciary in Texas
Published by Robert A. Ray
Liabilities of a Fiduciary in Texas
- Direct damages.
- Consequential damages.
- Mental anguish.
- Constructive trust.
- Rescission and restitution.
- Reduce or deny compensation.
- Any other appropriate relief.
If a fiduciary breaches his duties, the court can impose the remedies listed above.
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