A trustee, without authorization by the court, may exercise powers conferred by the
terms of the trust and, except as limited by the terms of the trust, all powers over
the trust property which an unmarried owner, who is not an incapacitated person, has
over individually owned property, any other powers appropriate to achieve the proper
investment, management, and distribution of the trust property, and any other powers
conferred by chapters 59-09, 59-10, 59-11, 59-12, 59-13, 59-14, 59-15, 59-16, 59-17,
59-18, and 59-19. The exercise of a power is subject to the fiduciary duties prescribed by this chapter.
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