Ward / guardian quotation

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"While there is a fiduciary relationship between a guardian and his ward, a guardianship is not a trust.  There are numerous differences.  While a trustee has title to trust property, a guardian has ordinarily only powers and duties respecting property to which the ward holds title.  A ward has normally a legal interest while the beneficiary of a trust has [only] an equitable interest in the corpus of the trust."