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trustee

A person entrusted to perform a particular task.

trustee

Vox populi A person entrusted to perform a particular task. See Health information.
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Some states allow all the beneficiaries (not only your child, but also those who receive what's left on your child's death, the "remainder" beneficiaries) to get together and agree that a Trustee should be removed.
The state required the district to hire a trustee through the Los Angeles County Office of Education.
The physician trustee is a proponent for community, patients and providers alike.
One of the most welcome changes allows a trustee to include capital gain from an asset or class of assets in DNI if he or she has express authority, under either local law or the governing instrument, to (1) distribute principal and (2) deem those distributions as made from capital gain.
If the trust were a unitrust with a $1 million value and a 5 percent payout rate, the trustee would distribute $50,000 to the beneficiary as trust income, even if it required asset sales, thus allocating some of the capital gain as income.
She was quoted in the Kitchener Record as saying that the nurses would stay out of the schools until the Administration and trustees made it clear what it was they were to teach.
The MTNA FOUNDATION thanks the following outgoing trustees for their dedicated service to the Board of Trustees:
Naming a corporate trustee such as a local bank or trust company could fit your particular situation perfectly.
The change requires the trustees to consider up to two nominees from the constituent organizations for each seat and for the appointment to be made by the trustees.
Ted Warren, chief operating officer for the Baptist Sunday School Board, and Sarah Maddox, homemaker, conference speaker, and women's consultant, were assigned to work with the Historical Commission, (15) which was represented by interim executive director Slayden Yarbrough, trustee chairman Ronald Martin, trustee Elizabeth Wells, and Bill Sumners, director of the SBHLA.
Within the past year, the Regents of the State of New York exercised its extraordinary authority and removed the members of the board of trustees of Adelphi University, and the editors of the Community College Week published a special report issue (August 24, 1998) devoted to "Trustees: Stewards of America's Future.
The public library trustee in America is a unique governmental position that is unlike any other citizen governing group position.