Can the court appoint trustee if so then how many? Instead Is out a probate by Shebait better option? Please see my explanation.

Situation : Facts- 1) It is a debutter property(land) created by a gift to God and usufructs are only to be used for serving deity and thereby also appointed a shebait and also laid down a procedure for appointment of future shebaits. 2) This first shebait appointed another shebait according to the prescribed qualifications before his death by executing a trust deed (however it seems a simple appointment letter was sufficient for proof, I don\'t know if execution of this registered trust deed was possible). 3) Now this second shebait died without appointing a new Shebait, but according to trust deeds appointment of new Shebait by old shebait is not required and later shebaits were to be appointed on the basis of the prescribed qualifications in the trust deed. 4) Presently a person who proclaims to have the prescribed qualifications is acting as Shebait and is unchallenged and he is the son(not biological) of the first shebait.5)The shebait while working as Shebait wasn't allowed remuneration as per trust deed, however the first shebait used the money earned as donations to make fixed deposits in banks in his own name. Later he made a trust deed gifting all the money to the aforesaid deity.
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