Section No :  
1980 Revised version
Marginal Notes
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Public Trustee Ordinance.
2. Appointment of Public Trustee.
3. Public Trustee to be a corporation.
4. Appointment and powers of Deputy Public Trustee.
5. General powers and duties of Public Trustee.
6. Applications to the court.
7. Liability of Consolidated Fund for acts of Public Trustee.
8. Notice of action against Public Trustee.
9. Public Trustee may decline any trust, but not on ground of small value.
10. Public Trustee not to accept certain trusts.
11. Public Trustee to be sole trustee.
12. Public Trustee to retain share of minor, &c.
13. Executor or administrator may pay to official trustee, legacy, share, &c, of minor or person of unsound mind.
14. Appointment of Public Trustee as next friend or guardian ad litem of a minor or person of unsound mind in certain cases. [ 3, 59 of 1938.]
15. Maintenance of minors and persons of unsound mind.
16. Transfer to Public Trustee of proceeds of sales under section 4 of the Entail and Settlement Ordinance.
17. Property of convict may be vested in Public Trustee.
18. Entry of Public Trustee by that name in books of a company.
22. Prescribed person may act for Public Trustee, except as to acts which can be done only by an attorney-at-law.
23. Power to examine on oath.
24. Appointment of Public Trustee to be trustee.
25. Transfer of trusts to other trustees or persons by Public Trustee.
37. Substitution by court of Public Trustee for trustee guilty of misconduct, &c.
38. Deposit of will with Public Trustee.
39. Investigation by Public Trustee of condition and accounts of trusts, &c.
40. Administration of estate of person believed to be dead.
41. Custodian Trustee.
42. Distribution of assets.
43. Paying over to the Treasury of accumulations in the hands of Public Trustee.
44. Mode of proceeding by claimant to recover money so paid over.
45. Fees and expenses to be charged by Public Trustee.
46. Disposal of fees.
47. Audit of Public Trustee's accounts.
48. Auditor's power to summon witnesses and call for documents.
49. Cost of audit, &c., how paid.
50. Right of person interested to inspection and copies of accounts.
51. False evidence.
52. Rules.
53. Interpretation.