Certificate of Trust
A document summarizing key aspects of a trust. When a bank, financial institution, or other third party requires information about the trust, to open an account or for some other purpose, a certificate of trust may be used instead of providing the complete trust agreement to the third party. The certificate of trust typically names the Grantor and the current Trustee and confirms the existence of the trust, the Trustee's authority to act and the Trustee's powers.
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