GENERAL PROVISIONS AND DEFINITIONS
Default and mandatory rules.
Common law of trusts; principles of equity.
Principal place of administration.
Methods and waiver of notice.
Others treated as qualified beneficiaries.
Nonjudicial settlement agreements.
Role of court in administration of trust.
Subject matter jurisdiction.
Attorney for person in military service.
Representation: basic effect.
Representation by holder of general power of appointment.
Representation by fiduciaries, parents, or a person appointed by a trustee.
Representation by person having substantially identical interest.
Appointment of representative by a court.
CREATION, VALIDITY, MODIFICATION,
AND TERMINATION OF TRUST
Methods of creating a trust.
Requirements for creation.
Trusts created in other jurisdictions.
Charitable purposes; enforcement.
Creation of trust induced by fraud, duress, or undue influence.
Evidence of oral trust.
Trust for care of animal.
Noncharitable trust without ascertainable beneficiary.
Modification or termination of trust; proceedings for approval or disapproval.
Modification or termination of noncharitable irrevocable trust by consent.
Modification or termination because of unanticipated circumstances or inability to administer trust effectively.
Modification or termination of uneconomic trust.
Reformation to correct mistakes.
Modification to achieve settlor's tax objectives.
Combination and division of trusts.
Trustee's power to appoint assets to new trust.
Transfers to trusts.
CREDITOR'S CLAIMS; SPENDTHRIFT
AND DISCRETIONARY TRUSTS
Rights of beneficiary's creditor or assignee.
Exceptions to spendthrift provision.
Discretionary trusts; effect of standard.
Creditor's claim against settlor.
Personal obligations of trustee.
Debts of decedents.
Capacity of settlor of revocable trust.
Revocation or amendment of revocable trust.
Settlor's powers; powers of withdrawal.
Limitation on action contesting validity of revocable trust; distribution of trust property.
OFFICE OF TRUSTEE
Accepting or declining trusteeship.
Vacancy in trusteeship; appointment of successor.
Resignation of trustee.
Removal of trustee.
Delivery of property by former trustee.
Compensation of trustee.
Reimbursement of expenses.
Title of trust property.
DUTIES AND POWERS OF TRUSTEES,
DIRECTING PARTIES, AND TRUST PROTECTORS
Duty to administer trust.
Duty of loyalty.
Costs of administration.
Delegation by trustee.
Powers to direct; directing parties.