UNIFORM TRUSTS ACT
55-4-1 Definition of terms.
55-4-2 Powers attached to the office of trustee.
55-4-3 Number of trustees for exercise of powers.
55-4-4 Liability of trustee not joining in exercise of power.
55-4-5 Cotrustee--Liability for maladministration of trust.
55-4-6 Voting of corporate stock owned by trustee.
55-4-7 Creation of trust--Bank account to pay special debts.
55-4-8 Trust to pay special debts--Failure of beneficiary to present claim for payment--Revocation of trust by depositor.
55-4-9 Holding stock in name of nominee.
55-4-10 Loan of trust funds.
55-4-11 Corporate trustee depositing trust funds with self--Interest.
55-4-12 Corporate trustee depositing trust funds with self--Maintenance of required value--Ownership of income--Items specified in statements of financial condition to Division of Banking.
55-4-13 Trustee not to buy from or sell to self--Exception.
55-4-14 Permitted sales between trusts held by same corporate trustee.
55-4-15 Corporate trustee buying its own stock.
55-4-16 Withdrawals from mingled trust funds.
55-4-17 Unenforceable oral trust created by deed--Duties of intended trustee--Conveyance of real property interest under oral trust.
55-4-18 Unenforceable oral trust created by deed--Liability of trustee to settlor for transfer of real property.
55-4-19 Action on contract against trustee in representative capacity--Execution against trust property--Intervention by beneficiary.
55-4-20 Action on contract against trustee--Notice to beneficiaries.
55-4-21 Action on contract against trustee--Personal liability of trustee.
55-4-22 Exoneration or reimbursement of trustee for tort committed in administration of trust.
55-4-23 Exoneration or reimbursement of trustee for tort--Increase in value of trust property.
55-4-24 Liability of trustees of charitable trust for torts not changed by provisions of law as to exoneration or reimbursement of trustee for tort.
55-4-25 Tort liability of trust estate--Action against trustee, amount of recovery, intervention by beneficiary.
55-4-26 Tort liability of trust estate--Action against trustee, proof as to reimbursement unnecessary.
55-4-27 Tort liability of trust estate--Action against trustee, notice to beneficiaries.
55-4-28 Personal liability for tort committed by trustee.
55-4-29 Existing law as to charitable immunity not changed by law as to tort liability of trust estate.
55-4-30 Power of settlor of trust.
55-4-31 Trustee not liable if beneficiary consents to conduct or releases trustee from liability or ratifies transaction.
55-4-32 Relieving trustee of duties--Power of the court.
55-4-33 Liabilities for violations of chapter.
55-4-34 Application of chapter to testamentary trust.
Uniformity of interpretation. 55-4-36
Citation of chapter. 55-4-37
Liability for fiduciary's partnership interest limited. 55-4-38
Limitation on trustee's power to make distributions to his or her benefit. 55-4-39
"Trustee" construed broadly. 55-4-40
Applicability of §§ 55-4-38 and 55-4-39. 55-4-41
Certain trustees exempted from §§ 55-4-38 to 55-4-40, inclusive. 55-4-42
to 55-4-47. Repealed. 55-4-48
, 55-4-49. Repealed. 55-4-50
Co-trustee's inability or failure to perform. 55-4-51
Certificate of trust furnished in lieu of copy of trust instrument or will that creates testamentary trust--Contents. 55-4-51.1
Recording of certificate of trust--Reliance upon content. 55-4-51.2
Applicability of §§ 55-4-51 and 55-4-51.1. 55-4-51.3
Form of certificate of trust in support of a real property transaction. 55-4-52
Request for excerpts from trust instrument. 55-4-53
Limitation of liability for acting in reliance on certificate of trust. 55-4-54
Enforcement of transaction entered into in reliance on certificate of trust. 55-4-55
Liability for bad faith demand for trust instrument. 55-4-56
Right to obtain copy of trust instrument in judicial proceeding. 55-4-57
Time for commencing judicial proceeding to contest validity of trust--Distribution of trust property--Recovery of improper distribution--Notice. 55-4-58
Presentation of claims against property of trust revocable at settlor's death.