Purpose Trusts (Equity and Trust Law)

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The objection [to purpose trusts] is that there cannot be an obligation upon the trustees unless there is a correlative right in someone else to enforce it. Hanbury & Martin; Nineteenth Edition, page 396.
To what extent do the courts sustain this objection when ruling on the validity of purpose trusts. Is this objection a useful one? Discuss with reference to relevant case law.

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