Purpose of chapter.
Information, documents, and reports are public records—Inspection—Publication.
Registration of trustee—Requirements—Exception—Application of chapter to nonregistered trustees.
Instrument establishing trust, inventory of assets, registration status, successor trustee information, and amendments to be filed.
Tax or information return or report—Filing—Rules—Forms.
Trust not exclusively for charitable purposes—Instrument and information not public—Access.
Uniformity of chapter with laws of other states.
Investigations by attorney general authorized—Appearance and production of books, papers, documents, etc., may be required.
Order to appear—Effect—Enforcement—Appellate review.
Proceedings to secure compliance and proper trust administration—Attorney general to be notified of judicial proceedings involving charitable trust—Powers and duties additional.
Violations—Refusal to file reports, perform duties, etc.
Violations—Civil action may be prosecuted.
Tax Reform Act of 1969, state implementation—
Application of RCW 11.110.200
to certain trusts defined in federal code.
Tax Reform Act of 1969, state implementation—Trust instruments deemed to contain prohibiting provisions.
Tax Reform Act of 1969, state implementation—Trust instruments deemed to contain certain provisions for distribution.
Tax Reform Act of 1969, state implementation—Rights, powers, of courts, attorney general, not impaired.
Tax Reform Act of 1969, state implementation—Application to trust created after June 10, 1971, or amendment to existing trust.
Tax Reform Act of 1969, state implementation—Not for profit corporations.