31 Pa. Code § 163.7 - Duties and responsibilities of trustees

Current through Register Vol. 52, No. 16, April 16, 2022

A trust agreement shall require the trustee to:

(1) Receive and hold the assets in a safe place at an office of the trustee in the United States.
(2) Determine that the assets are in a form so that the beneficiary, or the trustee upon direction by the beneficiary, may negotiate the assets without consent or signature from the grantor or another person.
(3) Furnish to the grantor and the beneficiary a statement of the assets in the trust account upon the inception of the account and at the end of each calendar quarter.
(4) Notify the grantor and the beneficiary within 10 days of any deposits to or withdrawals from the trust account; except as provided in § 163.6(b) (relating to requirements for assets held in trust accounts).
(5) Upon written demand of the beneficiary, immediately take the steps necessary to transfer absolutely and unequivocally all right, title and interest in the assets held in the trust account to the beneficiary and deliver physical custody of the assets to the beneficiary.

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31 Pa. Code § 163.7

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