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Do Parish meeting trustees have a fiduciary duty of care to act with utmost good faith?

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+1 vote
These are tangential questions; hence the tangential answer.

They are required to act within the law.
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A parish meeting is a gathering of the electors of a parish. It is not the annual meeting of a Town or Parish Councils and does not have elected representatives or permanent officials. Accordingly it would not in itself have trustees. Trustees might attend but would be Trustees of other bodies.
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