Court Appointed Trustee

A Court Appointed Trustee relates to the affairs of individuals and includes:

  1. A Trustee appointed to real estate under the Conveyancing Act 1919; or
  2. Court Appointed Receiver

Both of these processes are used as remedies where disputes exist between individuals which cannot be commercially resolved and in circumstances where there is valid concern that assets in question may be in jeopardy.

In both instances, the duties and activities of the Trustee and Receiver will be determined by a Court Order. Any appointment under the Conveyancing Act 1919 will usually involve real estate, for example a family dispute over a deceased estate. A Court Appointed Receiver on the other hand will be over a broader range of assets and affairs, for example a partnership dispute.

If you wish to make an enquiry, please use the enquiry form on the right and one of our Corporate Insolvency Services Team will respond to you in the near future.