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(760 ILCS 3/813.2)
Duty to inform and account; trusts irrevocable and trustees accepting appointment before the effective date of Code.
(a) This Section applies to all trusts that were irrevocable before the effective date of this Code and to a trustee who accepts a trusteeship before the effective date of this Code.
(b) Every trustee at least annually shall furnish to the beneficiaries then entitled to receive or receiving the income from the trust estate, or, if none, then to those beneficiaries eligible to have the benefit of the income from the trust estate, a current account showing the receipts, disbursements, and inventory of the trust estate.
(c) Every trustee shall on termination of the trust furnish to the beneficiaries then entitled to distribution of the trust estate a final account for the period from the date of the last current account to the date of distribution showing the inventory of the trust estate, the receipts, disbursements, and distributions and shall make available to the beneficiaries copies of prior accounts not previously furnished.
(d) If a beneficiary is incapacitated, the account shall be provided to the representative of the estate of the beneficiary. If no representative for the estate of a beneficiary under legal disability has been appointed, the account shall be provided to a spouse, parent, adult child, or guardian of the person of the beneficiary.
(e) For each asset or class of assets described in the account
for which there is no readily available market value, the trustee, in the trustee's
discretion, may determine whether to estimate the value or use a nominal carrying
value for such an asset, how to estimate the value of such an asset, and whether and
how often to engage a professional appraiser to value such an asset.
(Source: P.A. 101-48, eff. 1-1-20