(a) The qualified beneficiaries determined under section 15-5-103(16), other than the attorney general; and
(b) Each person acting as trust director of the trust under the “Colorado Uniform
Directed Trust Act”, part 8 of article 16 of this title 15; and
(c) Each person that is granted a power by the terms of the trust to appoint or remove
a trustee or person described in subsection (1)(b) of this section, to the extent
that power is exercisable when the person is not then serving as a trustee or person
described in subsection (1)(b) of this section.
(b) For a conversion of an income trust to a unitrust, a copy of the unitrust policy
adopted under section 15-1.2-303(1)(a);
(c) For a change in the percentage or method used to calculate the unitrust amount,
a copy of the unitrust policy or amendment or replacement of the unitrust policy adopted
under section 15-1.2-303(1)(b);
(d) A statement that the person to which the notice is sent may object to the proposed
action by stating in a record the basis for the objection and sending or delivering
the record to the fiduciary;
(e) The date by which an objection under subsection (4)(d) of this section must be
received by the fiduciary, which must be at least thirty days after the date the notice
(f) The date on which the action is proposed to be taken and the date on which the
action is proposed to take effect;
(g) The name and contact information of the fiduciary; and
(h) The name and contact information of a person that may be contacted for additional
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