(a) A custodial trustee, acting in a fiduciary capacity, has all the rights and powers
over custodial trust property which an unmarried adult owner has over individually
owned property, but a custodial trustee may exercise those rights and powers in a
fiduciary capacity only.
(b) This section does not relieve a custodial trustee from liability for a violation
of section 529.06.
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