In re Mann

This case presented the New Jersey Appellate Division with a dispute over a trust account. One trustee resigned his position after learning he had several judgments against him. But after he grew frustrated with the remaining trustees’ stewardship, he filed a verified complaint trying to undue his resignation. The trial court and the Appellate Division rejected his argument and found that the resignation was binding. The Appellate Division then rejected a laundry list of the plaintiff’s complaints about the trustees’ investment strategies.