2018 New York Laws
EPT - Estates, Powers and Trusts
Article 9 - Perpetuities and Accumulations
Part 2 - Accumulations
9-2.2 - Anticipation of Directed Accumulation

§ 9-2.2 Anticipation of directed accumulation

(a) When a valid accumulation is directed for the benefit of a person without other sufficient means to support or educate himself, the supreme court or, if such accumulation was directed by will, the surrogate's court of the county in which such will is admitted to probate, on the application of such person, his guardian, committee, or conservator may direct that a suitable sum from the income accumulated or to be accumulated be applied for the support or education of such person.

(b) When the proceeds of a life insurance policy issued or delivered in this state are being retained under an agreement by the insurer to credit interest thereon for the benefit of a person without other sufficient means to support or educate himself, the supreme court, on the application of such person, his guardian, committee, or conservator may direct that a suitable sum from the interest credited or agreed to be credited be applied for the support or education of such person.


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