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Public Trustee's Office (Staff)

Volume 236: debated on Monday 10 March 1930

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asked the Attorney-General whether he is aware of the discontent existing amongst all grades in the Public Trustee's office, especially with regard to the way in which the normal operations of the Whitley Council are frustrated by the Public Trustee; and what steps he proposes to take in the matter?

I am not aware of the existence of any discontent amongst the staff of the Public Trustee's Office, and in these circumstances the second part of the question does not arise.

asked the Attorney-General why no posts for executive officers have been created in the Public Trustee Office, although much of the work is of the type described as appropriate to executive officers in the report of the Reorganisation Committee of the National Whitley Council for the Civil Service?

I am informed that there are already two posts for executive officers in the Public Trustee's Office, and that no need is seen for increasing this number.