bare trustee

One whose trust is to convey, and the time has arrived for a conveyance by him. Trustee of a dry trust; or a trustee to whose office no duties were originally attached, or who, although such duties were originally attached to his office, would, on the requisition of his cestuis que trust, be compellable in equity to convey the estate to them or by their direction

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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