North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 33B. North Carolina Uniform Custodial Trust Act

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  • NC GEN ST § 33B-1. Definitions
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-2. Custodial trust;  general
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-3. Custodial trust to begin in the future
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-4. Form and effect of receipt and acceptance by custodial trustee;  jurisdiction
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-5. Transfer to custodial trustee by fiduciary or obligor;  facility of payment
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-6. Single beneficiaries;  separate custodial trusts
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-7. General duties of custodial trustee
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-8. General powers of custodial trustee
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-9. Use of custodial trust property
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-10. Determination of incapacity;  effect
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-11. Third-party transactions
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-12. Liability to the third person
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-13. Declination, resignation, incapacity, death, or removal of custodial trustee;  designation of successor custodial trustee
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-14. Expenses, compensation, and bond of custodial trustee
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-15. Reporting and accounting by custodial trustee;  determination of liability of custodial trustee
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-16. Limitations of action against custodial trustee
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-17. Distribution on termination
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-18. Methods and forms of creating custodial trusts
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-19. Applicable law
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-20. Uniformity of application and construction
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-21. Short title
  • NC GEN ST § 33B-22. Limitation on value of custodial trust property

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