Disclosure of fiduciary character or terms of trust instrument
In acquiring, holding, satisfying and conveying trust property, a trust company is not required to disclose that it is acting in a fiduciary capacity, the terms or conditions of the instrument under which it acts, the nature or extent of its authority or the application of the proceeds of the transaction. A person dealing with a trust company may not inquire into the matters, except to the extent specified in ORS 709.270 (Disclosure of communications and writings). [Amended by 1973 c.797 §199]
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