2006 New York Code - Laws: Estates, Powers and Trusts: (7-1.1 - 7-1.19) Rules Governing Trusts

Part 1 - RULES GOVERNING TRUSTS
7-1.1 - When trust interests not to merge
7-1.2 - Trustee of passive trust not to take
7-1.3 - Purchase-money resulting trust abolished
7-1.4 - Purposes for which trust may be created
7-1.5 - When trust interest inalienable; exception
7-1.6 - Application of principal to income beneficiary
7-1.7 - Interest remaining in creator of trust
7-1.8 - Duration of trust for benefit of creditors
7-1.9 - Revocation of trusts
7-1.10 - Provision by non-domiciliary creator as to law to govern trust
7-1.11 - Application of principal to creator of trust as reimbursement for taxes
7-1.12 - Supplemental needs trusts established for persons with severe and chronic or persistent disabilities
7-1.13 - Division of trusts and establishment of separate trusts
7-1.14 - Who may make a lifetime trust
7-1.15 - What property may be disposed of by lifetime trust
7-1.16 - Revocation of lifetime trust by will
7-1.17 - Execution, amendment and revocation of lifetime trusts
7-1.18 - Funding of lifetime trust
7-1.19 - Application for termination of uneconomical trust.

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