An agent is not entitled to full compensation if the agent: Butler Equity and Trusts, above 264, has 131 by referring to Hardoon v Belilios  to 1 Ch 342. However, the exact limits of the compensation described above are not entirely certain, for example. B if the right of transfer of the creditor applies to the attorney`s right of compensation to the beneficiaries: see Butler 444-445. Heath J also indicated that it seemed fundamentally wrong that a settlor could exclude the right to compensation if it were done at the expense of the agent 295 In addition, the exclusion of the right is at odds with the wish of a responsible agent to honour the trust and there would be no protection against losses for someone who accepts an appeal as an agent. He asked rhetorically: ”What would be the purpose of excluding the right to compensation, other than to denigrate the creditors` claims against the agent himself?” 296 To be entitled to compensation, an agent must act innocently and reasonably and there must be a breach of the trust of an associate. The claim could be made on the basis of Mr. Perkins` right (as an agent) to be compensated by the property of the trust for his proven progress with the Trust. Tesiram considers it difficult to view paragraph 38, paragraph 2 as a power that can be amended or excluded in accordance with paragraphs 2, paragraph 4 and 2, paragraph 5; He considers that there is no basis for excluding the application of paragraph 38, paragraph 2, and that attempts to do so are probably ineffective.302 In trust legislation in Australia, the situation varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction: in Queensland, the legal right to compensation through the trust instrument cannot be excluded; This should also be done in the Australian capital, New South Wales and southern Australia. In other jurisdictions, the regime provides that the right may be excluded or modified by the fiduciary instrument.307 In 2002, the Commission held that the right to compensation probably could not be excluded or limited.308 In New Zealand, there is still no authority to set out the position with certainty, but overall, the review suggests that it is probably not possible to be completely excluded.