Dear Lords & Ladies,
A fiduciary duty is a legal or ethical relationship of confidence
or trust between two or more parties , most commonly a fiduciary or
trustee and a principal or beneficiary.
In a fiduciary relation one person justifiably reposes confidence,
good faith , reliance and trust in another whose aid, advice or
protection is sought in some matter. In such a relation good
conscience requires one to act at all times for the sole benefit
and interests of another, with loyalty to those interests.
This is NOT happening in HMCS and a clear conflict of interest
prevail between ‘professionals’ within local authorities and the
families comprising of men/women/offspring(children)they claim to
re-pre-sent to the state.
What information does your department hold about your fiduciary
duty and is this to the people. i.e. real men/women/their
offspring(children) or to the Crown i.e. City of London.
Dear Mr. Sterling,
FOI Request - Sterling/01
Thank you for your request for information. Your request was received on
Wednesday the 28th October and I am dealing with it under the terms of
the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
You should expect a reply by Wednesday the 25th November 2009.
If you have any queries about this, please contact me. Please remember
to quote the reference number above in any future communications.
Matt Carey | Private Secretary & Office Manager | House of Lords
Appointments Commission | 020 7276 2312
20th November 2009
Dear Mr Sterling
Thank you for your email of 28 October to the House of Lords
Appointments Commission requesting information under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 about fiduciary duty.
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