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Idaho Certificate of Trust

Idaho Certificate of Trust Information

Under the Idaho Uniform Trustees' Powers Act, (Sections 68-114 through 68-120, Idaho Code), trustees of Idaho trusts may present a certificate supplying relevant information when engaging in transactions involving trust property. The executed certificate provides assurances about the validity of the trust and protects those who rely on the facts contained in the certificate.

Deeds.com Idaho Certificate of Trust Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Monday December 20, 2021

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