Colorado Revised Statutes Title 15. Probate, Trusts, and Fiduciaries § 15-19-108. Interstate effect of declaration

(1) Unless otherwise stated in a declaration, it shall be presumed that the declarant intends to have his or her declaration executed pursuant to this part 1 and recognized to the fullest extent possible by other states.

(2) Unless otherwise provided in the declaration, a declaration or similar instrument executed in another state that complies with the requirements of this part 1 may, in good faith, be relied upon by a third party in this state if an action requested by the declarant does not violate any law of the federal government, Colorado, or a political subdivision.


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