New York Consolidated Laws, Estates, Powers and Trusts Law - EPT § 8-1.6 Deposit of money in trust by owner of lots in private unincorporated cemetery

The owner of lots in any private unincorporated cemetery may deposit in trust for the care of such lots a sum not exceeding four hundred dollars for each lot so owned with any bank or banking institution located in a city, town or village conveniently near such private unincorporated cemetery, provided such bank or banking institution is willing to accept such money in trust and agrees to apply the proceeds of the interest thereon to the care and upkeep of such lots.  Such banks or banking institutions are hereby authorized to accept such money for the purpose described herein and to apply the proceeds of the interest thereon to the care and upkeep of any such lots.  The provisions of this section do not apply to savings banks.


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