2021 Code of Alabama
Title 11 - Counties and Municipal Corporations.
Title 3 - Provisions Applicable to Counties and Municipal Corporations.
Chapter 104 - Post-Employment Benefits Act of 2008.
Section 11-104-4 - Trustees.

Universal Citation: AL Code § 11-104-4 (2021)

Section 11-104-4


(a) A governmental entity or entities may retain as a trustee any financial institution, committee, association, person, or persons which it deems capable, competent, experienced, and appropriate for serving in such capacity.

(b) The powers and duties of the trustee shall be evidenced in and determined by the written trust agreement between the trustee and the governmental entity or entities.

(c) The trustee shall cause the annual financial statements of the trust to be prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and an audit by a qualified independent certified accounting firm to be conducted of those financial statements of each respective trust for each fiscal year in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards.

(d) Reasonable trustee fees and the reasonable expenses of holding, making, and disposing of investments, such as brokerage commissions, legal expenses referable to a particular transaction, transfer taxes, and other customary transactional expenses with respect to a trust may be payable out of the funds of such trust, if so allowed by the written trust agreement.

(Act 2008-503, p. 1109, §4.)

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