How courts can help trustees remedy problems in scheme rules

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How courts can help trustees remedy problems in scheme rules

Stuart Pickford and Tom Wild look at the extent to which courts will help resolve problems caused by technical defects or amendment errors in documents.

Where a problem is found in pension scheme rules, the obvious first question is whether it can be fixed, potentially with the assistance of the court. The answer will often turn on the precise nature of...

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