FIDE-COMMITTEEfide-committee. A beneficiary; CESTUI QUE TRUST.
¡ª Also termed fidei-commissarius.
¡°In a particular case, a cestuy que trust is called by the Roman law, fideicommissarius. In imitation of this, I have seen him somewhere or other called in English a fide-committee. This term, however, seems not very expressive. A fide-committee, or, as it should have been, a fidei-committee, seems, literally speaking, to mean one who is committed to the good faith of another.¡± Jeremy Bentham, An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation 226 n.1 (1823).
What is the legal equivalent of the term FIDE-COMMITTEE in Chinese?