While a trustee cannot create debts against the trust, the creditors can subject the rents and profits of the trust estate to their claims as far as their loans were advantageous to such trust estate,1 or they may be remitted by subrogation to the trustee's claim against the estate,2 especially if he is insolvent3 or a non-resident.4 In settling accounts the trustee will be allowed his reasonable expenses incurred in managing the trust,5 or incurred with the consent of the beneficiaries,6 and it is held that he has a lien therefor.7