North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 33B. North Carolina Uniform Custodial Trust Act § 33B-19. Applicable law
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(a) This act applies to a transfer or declaration creating a custodial trust that refers to this act if, at the time of the transfer or declaration, the transferor, beneficiary, or custodial trustee is a resident of or has its principal place of business in this State or the custodial trust property is located in this State. The custodial trust remains subject to this act despite a later change in residence or principal place of business of the transferor, beneficiary, or custodial trustee, or removal of the custodial trust property from this State.
(b) A transfer made pursuant to an act of another state substantially similar to this act is governed by the law of that state and may be enforced in this State.
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