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This casebook statutory supplement meets the needs of students in basic and advanced courses on wills, trusts, decedents' estates, fiduciary administration, and future interests, providing a selection of essential statutory provisions and official comments. It covers a wide range of topics, including will formalities, probate administration, rules of construction, the statutory rule against perpetuities, prudent investment, and principal and income. The changes are primarily in the Uniform Probate Code, including 2010 amendments to the official comments and 2011 technical amendments to the statutory text, as well as new Article 5A concerning adult guardianship and protective proceedings jurisdiction. Also included is new Uniform Trust Code sec. 113 concerning insurable interest.
Table of Contents
|Uniform Probate Code||p. 1|
|Uniform Custodial Trust Act||p. 229|
|Uniform Disclaimer of Property Interests Act (1999)||p. 239|
|Uniform Estate Tax Apportionment Act (2003)||p. 254|
|Uniform Power of Attorney Act (2006)||p. 263|
|Uniform Principal and Income Act (1997)||p. 287|
|Uniform Prudent Investor Act||p. 325|
|Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death Act||p. 333|
|Uniform Simultaneous Death Act (1940)||p. 339|
|Uniform Statutory Rule Against Perpetuities||p. 342|
|Uniform Transfers to Minors Act||p. 381|
|Uniform Trust Code||p. 391|
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