Whenever a person, who is at the time a resident of this state, subsequently creates
a trust of personal property by deed, agreement, will, or otherwise, and the instrument
creating the trust provides in substance that it shall be wholly or partially construed
and regulated by the law of this state, the validity, construction, effect, and administration
of the trust shall in whole, or to the extent provided in the instrument, be determined
and governed by the law of this state without reference to the law of any other state.
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