Did you know Public office as/is a public trust?

This heading encapsulates two concepts used by judges and commentators to describe the obligations and duties of those elected or appointed to public office – that is, members of parliament, officials and others who discharge public duties. The first – public office as a public trust – is favoured by some judges who take the word ‘trust’ in its strictly legal sense, involving fiduciary obligations under equitable doctrines.





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