(a) If any of the trustees of a trust described in Section 17350 is a trust company, the trust shall be removed from continuing court jurisdiction
as provided in this section. Within six months after the initial funding of the trust, the trustee shall give
a notice of removal of the trust from continuing court jurisdiction to each beneficiary. Notice of removal shall be sent by registered or certified mail or by first-class
mail, but notice sent by first-class mail is effective only if an acknowledgment of
receipt of notice is signed by the beneficiary and returned to the trustee.
(b) The notice of removal of the trust from continuing court jurisdiction shall contain
(1) A statement that as of January 1, 1983, the law was changed to remove the necessity
for continuing court jurisdiction over the trust.
(2) A statement that Section 17200 of the Probate Code gives any beneficiary the right to petition a court to determine important matters
relating to the administration of the trust.
(4) A statement that each income beneficiary, as defined in Section 16325, is entitled to an annual statement of the principal and income receipts and disbursements
of the trust and that any other beneficiary is entitled to such information upon written
request to the trustee.
(5) The name and location of the court in the county in which it is appropriate to
file a petition pursuant to Section 17200, the name and location of the court that had jurisdiction over the administration
of the decedent's estate, and a statement that it is appropriate to file a petition
pursuant to Section 17200 with either court.
(c) The trustee shall file with the court that had jurisdiction over the administration
of the decedent's estate proof of giving notice under this section within seven months
after the initial funding of the trust.
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