(a) In the absence of actual knowledge or of reasonable cause to inquire as to whether
a trustee is improperly exercising the trustee's power, a person dealing with a trustee
need not inquire whether a trustee is properly exercising the power of the trustee
and is protected as if the trustee properly exercised the power.
(b) A person need not see to the proper application of trust assets paid or delivered
to a trustee.
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