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Texas Laws | Property Code

PROPERTY CODE

TITLE 9. TRUSTS

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SUBTITLE B. TEXAS TRUST CODE: CREATION, OPERATION, AND TERMINATION OF TRUSTS

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CHAPTER 111. GENERAL PROVISIONS

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CHAPTER 112. CREATION, VALIDITY, MODIFICATION, AND TERMINATION OF TRUSTS

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CHAPTER 113. ADMINISTRATION

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CHAPTER 114. LIABILITIES, RIGHTS, AND REMEDIES OF TRUSTEES, BENEFICIARIES, AND THIRD PERSONS

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CHAPTER 115. JURISDICTION, VENUE, AND PROCEEDINGS

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CHAPTER 116. UNIFORM PRINCIPAL AND INCOME ACT

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CHAPTER 117. UNIFORM PRUDENT INVESTOR ACT

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