Illinois Statutes Chapter 760. Trusts and Fiduciaries § 3/1206. Reasonable reliance
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§ 1206. Reasonable reliance. A trustee or other person that reasonably relies on the validity of a distribution of part or all of the property of a trust to another trust, or a modification of a trust, under this Article, law of this State other than this Article or the law of another jurisdiction is not liable to any person for any action or failure to act as a result of the reliance.
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