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Equity’s doctrine of unclean hands still has serious teeth, at least in the world of trusts (Part 2)

In an action for breach of have confidence in, the unclean arms of the plaintiff-beneficiary, assuming they are in reality unclean, could very well be an effective equitable defense. The Restatement of Restitution (1937), precisely § 140, offers that “a human being may be prevented from acquiring restitution for a […]