2018 New Hampshire Revised Statutes
Title XXVII - Corporations, Associations, and Proprietors of Common Lands
Chapter 293-B - Treatment of New Hampshire Investment Trusts
Section 293-B:4 - Contributions by Beneficial Owners.

Universal Citation: NH Rev Stat § 293-B:4 (2018)
    293-B:4 Contributions by Beneficial Owners. –
I. A contribution of a beneficial owner to the New Hampshire investment trust may be in cash, property, or services rendered, or a promissory note or other obligation to contribute cash or property or to perform services; provided however, that a person may become a beneficial owner of a New Hampshire investment trust and may receive a beneficial interest in a New Hampshire investment trust without making a contribution or being obligated to make a contribution to the New Hampshire investment trust.
II. Except as provided in the governing instrument of the New Hampshire investment trust, a beneficial owner is obligated to the New Hampshire investment trust to perform any promise to contribute cash or property or to perform services, even if the beneficial owner is unable to perform because of death, disability, or any other reason. If a beneficial owner does not make the required contribution of property or services, the beneficial owner is obligated at the option of the New Hampshire investment trust to contribute cash equal to that portion of the agreed value (as stated in the records of the New Hampshire investment trust) of the contribution that has not been made. The foregoing option shall be in addition to, and not in lieu of, any other rights, including the right to specific performance, that the New Hampshire investment trust may have against such beneficial owner under the governing instrument of applicable law.
III. A governing instrument of a New Hampshire investment trust may provide that the interest of any beneficial owner who fails to make any contribution that the beneficial owner is obligated to make shall be subject to specific penalties for, or specified consequences of, such failure. Such penalty or consequence may take the form of reducing or eliminating the defaulting beneficial owner's proportionate interest in the New Hampshire investment trust, subordinating the beneficial interest to that of nondefaulting beneficial owners, a forced sale of the beneficial interest, forfeiture of the beneficial interest, the lending by other beneficial owners of the amount necessary to meet the beneficiary's commitment, a fixing of the value of the defaulting beneficial owner's beneficial interest by appraisal or by formula and redemption or sale of the beneficial interest at such value, or any other penalty or consequence.

Source. 2010, 149:2, eff. June 14, 2010.

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