North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 33B. North Carolina Uniform Custodial Trust Act § 33B-11. Third-party transactions
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A third person in good faith and without a court order may act on instructions of, or otherwise deal with, a person purporting to make a transfer as, or to act in the capacity of, a custodial trustee. In the absence of actual knowledge to the contrary, the third person is not responsible for determining:
(1) The validity of the purported custodial trustee's designation;
(2) The propriety of, or the authority under this act for, any action of the purported custodial trustee;
(3) The validity or propriety of an instrument executed or instruction given pursuant to this act either by the person purporting to make a transfer or declaration or by the purported custodial trustee; or
(4) The propriety of the application of property vested in the purported custodial trustee.
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