Dear adv Raghavan
Thanks for time and opinion.
From which judgement does the kokilambal case differ and how ? do you mind explaining.
I think when you say the property devolves on class1 heirs, it is the heirs of the settlee, is it ? if that is so, the situation is dangerous for the settlor. The point is, from the settlor's point of veiw, that the settlee may be trustworthy but heirs of settlee may not be necessarily so.
Essentially, i was looking for some way to protect the settlor in case something happens to the settlee before the settlor. The Kokilambal case seems to offer such an option.
do you know of there more cases like this