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
(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
(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
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