2019 New Hampshire Revised Statutes
Title LVI - Probate Courts and Decedents' Estates
Chapter 564-A - Certain Provisions Regarding Trusts
Section 564-A:7 - Third Persons Protected in Dealing with Trustee.

Universal Citation: NH Rev Stat § 564-A:7 (2019)
    564-A:7 Third Persons Protected in Dealing with Trustee. –
I. [Repealed.]
II. The filing by a trustee of a written certificate signed by the trustee, filed and recorded as hereinafter set forth and in substantially the following form shall be conclusive evidence and notice to all third parties that the trustee named therein and the trustee's successors have full and absolute power to convey any interest in real estate and improvements thereon held by the trustee and no third person or purchaser, without actual knowledge to the contrary, shall be obligated to further inquire as to the power or authority of the trustee to convey or to see to the application of any trust assets paid or delivered to the trustee.
The undersigned trustee(s) as Trustee(s) under the __________ Trust created by __________ as grantor under trust agreement dated __________, and thereto have full and absolute power in said trust agreement to convey any interest in real estate and improvements thereon held in said trust and no purchaser or third party shall be bound to inquire whether the trustee has said power or is properly exercising said power or to see to the application of any trust asset paid to the trustee for a conveyance thereof.

____________________

, Trustee


III. A similar certificate filed by any successor to the trustee named in an original or any subsequent certificate shall have the same effect as the original certificate. Such a certificate, in writing, executed with the formalities required for a deed of real property by the trustee or trustees of the trust and recorded in the registry of deeds in the county in which the real estate and improvements lie shall conclusively establish the power of the trustee to convey said real estate and improvements as set forth above.
IV. A written certificate signed by a trustee with signature sworn to before a notary public, delivered to the transferee or a transfer agent in substantially the following form, shall be conclusive evidence and notice to all third parties that the trustee named therein and the trustee's successors have full and absolute power to convey any interest in personal property, tangible or intangible, held by the trustee and no third person or purchaser, without actual knowledge to the contrary, shall be obligated to further inquire as to the power or authority of the trustee to convey or to see to the application of any trust assets paid or delivered to the trustee.
The undersigned trustee(s) as Trustee(s) under the __________ Trust created by __________ as grantor under trust agreement dated __________, and thereto have full and absolute power in said trust agreement to convey any interest in personal property held in said trust and no purchaser or third party shall be bound to inquire whether the trustee has said power or is properly exercising said power or to see to the application of any trust asset paid to the trustee for a conveyance thereof.
V. A similar certificate signed by any successor to the trustee named in an original or any subsequent certificate shall have the same effect as the original certificate. Such a certificate, in writing, sworn to, and delivered in the same manner as the prior trustee's certificate, shall conclusively establish the power of the successor trustee to convey said personal property.

Source. 1969, 312:1. 1977, 84:1. 1995, 216:4. 1999, 111:1. 2004, 130:9, XIII, eff. Oct. 1, 2004.

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