Claims against custodial property
- • liability of custodian and beneficiary
(1) A claim based on a contract entered into by a custodian acting in a custodial capacity, an obligation arising from the ownership or control of custodial property or a tort committed during the custodianship, may be asserted against the custodial property by proceeding against the custodian in the custodial capacity, whether or not the custodian or the beneficiary is personally liable therefor.
(2) A custodian is not personally liable:
(a) On a contract properly entered into in the custodial capacity unless the custodian fails to reveal that capacity and to identify the custodianship in the contract; or
(b) For an obligation arising from control of custodial property or for a tort committed during the custodianship unless the custodian is personally at fault.
(3) A beneficiary is not personally liable for an obligation arising from ownership of custodial property or for a tort committed during the custodianship unless the beneficiary is personally at fault. [1985 c.665 §18; 2005 c.349 §12]
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