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Arizona Certificate of Trust

Arizona Rev. Stat. 14-11013 outlines the requirements for a certification of trust in the State of Arizona.

A certificate of trust is used to disclose information about a trust to a person who is not a beneficiary of said trust. This document, an abbreviated version of the original trust, verifies the existence of the trust and the trustee's authority to act on behalf of the trust. It provides the necessary information about the trust while leaving out non-essential personal information.

The trustee is held liable for information presented as fact in the document.

Contact a lawyer with any questions that may arise when preparing a certificate of trust.

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