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(a) Within 30 days after the date of the transfer of the fiduciary accounts, the transferor shall send written notice by first class mail to the last known address (as then set forth on the records of the transferor, or if not set forth, as may be determined by the transferor in the exercise of reasonable diligence) of the following persons or entities:
(1) For employee benefit plans, to the plan sponsors.
(2) For individual retirement accounts and retirement accounts for the self-employed, to the account owners.
(3) For agency and escrow accounts, to the principals.
(4) For securities for which a transferor bank serves as trustee, registrar, transfer agent or paying agent, to the issuers.
(5) For revocable trusts under agreement, to the settlors.
(6) For irrevocable trusts under agreement, to any co-fiduciary, to the settlor, to each current income beneficiary who is an adult, and if a current income beneficiary is a minor, to a parent of the minor with whom the minor resides or to the conservator or guardian of the minor. For purposes of this subsection, “current income beneficiary” means a person currently entitled to income from a trust or a person to whom the trustee, in the trustee's discretion, may currently pay principal or income.
(7) For testamentary trusts, to the persons notified under subsection (6) of this section.
(8) For conservatorships, to any co-fiduciary, to the protected person for whom the conservatorship was created, or if the conservatorship was created for a minor, to a parent of the minor with whom the minor resides or to the guardian of the minor.
(9) For guardianships, to any co-fiduciary, to the minor or legally incapacitated person for whom the guardian was appointed if the ward is at least 14 years of age.
(10) For probate estates, to any co-fiduciary, to the surviving spouse, if any, and to those persons notified pursuant to subsection (7) of this section.
(11) For corporate trust indentures, to the issuer of the securities subject to each indenture; provided, however, that notwithstanding the foregoing, the transferor may, if it deems it appropriate, comply with any notice procedures contained in the trust indenture instrument with respect to succession of trustees.
(12) For fiduciary accounts not listed in above subsections (1) through (11), to such persons as the transferor sent its last report of the status of the account.
(b) For purposes of this article, notice shall be deemed effective when mailed by the transferor. Should the transferor learn after the expiration of 30 days from such transfer that through inadvertence, error, neglect or otherwise, notice was not mailed as herein provided, delayed notice may be given in the manner set forth herein. The recipient of such notice shall then have 30 days to object to the transfer as provided in Section 5-11A-33.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alabama Code Title 5. Banks and Financial Institutions § 5-11A-32 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/al/title-5-banks-and-financial-institutions/al-code-sect-5-11a-32/
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