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Wilmington Trust

Wilmington Trust can’t be held legally responsible for any of the claims a trust’s current trustee and beneficiary leveled against it, U.S. District Judge Colm F. Connolly of the District of Delaware has ruled.

Connolly that found Roen Trust trustee Premier Trust Inc. and beneficiary Frieda Mae Rogers didn’t prove Wilmington Trust’s actions as the trust’s former trustee and adviser made it liable. He said that while duties with regard to the trust ware not handled “responsibly” on all sides, no illegality on the part of Wilmington Trust could be proven.

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