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Connecticut General Statutes 45a-236 - Short title: Fiduciary Powers Act

Connecticut General Statutes > Title 45a > Chapter 802 > 45a-236

Current as of: 2013

Sections 45a-233 to 45a-236, inclusive, shall be known as the "Fiduciary Powers Act". Any unqualified reference thereto by name or words of similar import shall be deemed to include all the powers listed in section 45a-234, at the time of signing the will or trust instrument, but none of the additional powers listed in section 45a-235.

Connecticut General Statutes 45a-235 - Additional powersChapter 802 Table of ContentsConnecticut General Statutes 45a-242 - Replacement of fiduciary


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