2017 Louisiana Laws
Revised Statutes
TITLE 9 - Civil Code-Ancillaries
RS 9:1831 - Limitations upon stipulated term

Universal Citation: LA Rev Stat § 9:1831 (2017)

SUBPART H. TERM OF THE TRUST

§1831. Limitations upon stipulated term

If the trust instrument stipulates a term and unless an earlier termination is required by the trust instrument, or by the proper court, a trust shall terminate at:

(1) The death of the last surviving income beneficiary or the expiration of twenty years from the death of the settlor last to die, whichever last occurs, if at least one settlor and one income beneficiary are natural persons;

(2) The death of the last surviving income beneficiary or the expiration of twenty years from the creation of the trust, whichever last occurs, if none of the settlors is a natural person but at least one income beneficiary is a natural person;

(3) The expiration of twenty years from the death of the settlor last to die, if at least one settlor is a natural person but none of the income beneficiaries is a natural person;

(4) The expiration of fifty years from the creation of the trust, if none of the settlors and none of the income beneficiaries is a natural person.

Amended by Acts 1968, No. 132, §1; Acts 1987, No. 164, §1, eff. Aug. 1, 1987.

{{NOTE: SEE ACTS 1987, NO. 164, §3.}}

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