The Trustee had a written contract with a UK Company, the Trustor
, which had originally purchased the aircraft before transferring the title deed to the Trustee on 7 August 2015.
Such notice must be provided to the trustor
and each qualified beneficiary, including those not yet born or unascertainable.
This definition captures the important components common to most treatments of trust including uncertainty about another's actions (Li, 2007), expectations that the trusted will not bring harm to the trustor
(Gambetta, 1988), and a willingness to assume risk, or to make oneself vulnerable to another (Mayer et al., 1995).
Mark Fenske Trustor
& Board Member Owner & CFQ, Great NH Restaurants
It tries to convince the trustor
that the harmful act was actually appropriate due to a social norm or value that the trustee felt morally obliged to comply with.
1, assuming node A is the trustor
, node B is a recommended entity.
In examining fidelity, integrity, competency, and trustworthiness dimensions, fidelity captures benevolence, that is, the act of a trustee prioritizing the needs and interests of the trustor
(Mayer, Davis, and Schoorman 1995).
According to Nooteboom (2003), there are four features of the trust that are (1) an individual as trustor
, (2) trust another person, (3) organization as a trustee, and (4) the situation of a particular behaviour.
Conversely, the value of the direct trust depends on the particular trustor
node, which stores various values of trust, one for each trustee peer, in a local table.
However, in general, key elements in human-human trust are the characteristics of the trustee, characteristics of the trustor
, and the relationship .
As of May 31, 2017, SDITC had 17,348 trustor
clients from Shandong, which accounted for 32.5% of SDITC's total trustor
As I begin to coast home today, I want you to know that trust is a relationship established between a trustor