Hi Yes, I think what you say must be correct logically. A piece of land was conveyed to a board "upon trust". Now, it must have been the case the the land at the time of transfer not was under trust already. So, when it was conveyed upon trust, in order that it could be held on trust, the conveyance needed to create a new trust. This sounds right. Thanks.
So, where land is already held by a seller on trust, and a conveyance is made, the Acts do expressly state a board has power to hold the land upon trust. As found in s.13 EEA 1873. It seems.
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