The grounds upon which a trustee, and hence an executor or administrator, may be removed include: positive misconduct amounting to abuse of trust; endangerment of the estate or trust property; want of honesty or reasonable fidelity; lack of proper capacity or ability to execute the duties of office; and conflict of interest. … See also Dicks v. Scott, 2010 NLCA 35, 298 Nfld. & P.E.I.R. 1.
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