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Because a trustee has sweeping power over the trust property and a dishonest trustee could convert the trust assets to their own use quite easily. Beneficiaries should always insist on a regular accounting.

Because a trustee has sweeping power over the trust property and a dishonest trustee could convert the trust assets to their own use quite easily. Beneficiaries should always insist on a regular accounting.

Because a trustee has sweeping power over the trust property and a dishonest trustee could convert the trust assets to their own use quite easily. Beneficiaries should always insist on a regular accounting.

Because a trustee has sweeping power over the trust property and a dishonest trustee could convert the trust assets to their own use quite easily. Beneficiaries should always insist on a regular accounting.

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Because a trustee has sweeping power over the trust property and a dishonest trustee could convert the trust assets to their own use quite easily. Beneficiaries should always insist on a regular accounting.

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