#equity #law #secret-trust
It is clearly possible for an intended trustee fraudulently to keep the property, where there is nothing in the will to indicate that they hold on trust. Equity, however, will not permit them to use the requirements of the Wills Act to keep the property, but will ensure that they hold it on trust: McCormick v Grogan (1869) LR 4 HL 82.
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