District of Columbia Code Division V. Local Business Affairs § 29-1204.05. Claims pertaining to a series.
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(a) A series of a statutory trust may not sue or be sued in its own name.
(b) If a series trust has a claim against a person which pertains to the property of a series thereof, the trust may assert the claim under § 29-1203.08 and shall allocate the proceeds of the claim under §§ 29-1204.01 and 29-1204.02.
(c) If a person has a claim against a series trust which pertains to the property of a series thereof, to assert the claim the person must bring the claim against the trust, stating that the claim pertains to the property of a series thereof and specifying the series if known. To the extent the claim succeeds and is reduced to judgment:
(1) The judgment must state that it is collectable only against the property of the specified series; and
(2) The judgment creditor may levy on the judgment only by serving the series trust, which shall satisfy the judgment by using only the property of the specified series.
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