(1) all trust property that has come to the trustee's knowledge or into the trustee's
possession and that has not been previously listed or inventoried as property of the
(2) a complete account of receipts, disbursements, and other transactions regarding
the trust property for the period covered by the account, including their source and
nature, with receipts of principal and income shown separately;
(3) a listing of all property being administered, with an adequate description of
(4) the cash balance on hand and the name and location of the depository where the
balance is kept; and
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