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  404.440.  Transfer of property to personal custodian for incapacitated beneficiary — effect — powers, duties, and immunities of custodian — single custodian may serve more than one beneficiary. — 1.  Property may be transferred to an adult beneficiary, including a beneficiary who is or may become an incapacitated person on or after the date of the transfer, by transferring the property to a personal custodian for the beneficiary under sections 404.400 to 404.650.

  2.  By transferring property to a personal custodian for a beneficiary under sections 404.400 to 404.650, the transferor incorporates in the transfer all the provisions of sections 404.400 to 404.650 and grants to the personal custodian and third persons dealing with the personal custodian, the respective powers, rights and immunities provided in sections 404.400 to 404.650.  By holding property for a beneficiary as personal custodian under sections 404.400 to 404.650, the personal custodian assumes the obligation to administer the custodial property for the beneficiary as prescribed in sections 404.400 to 404.650 and the provisions of any written agreement between the transferor and personal custodian.

  3.  Only one person may be personal custodian under sections 404.400 to 404.650 of the property transferred.  A person may be a personal custodian of property for more than one beneficiary, but the personal custodian shall separately hold and administer the custodial property for each beneficiary unless the property is transferred to the personal custodian for the use and benefit of multiple beneficiaries in accordance with subdivision (6) of subsection 1 of section 404.540.

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(L. 1986 S.B. 651 § 3 subsecs. 1, 4, 5, A.L. 1989 H.B. 145)


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