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The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XXXVIII
BANKS AND BANKING
Chapter 660
TRUST BUSINESS
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CHAPTER 660
CHAPTER 660
TRUST BUSINESS
660.25
Definitions.
660.26
Trust department licensing.
660.265
Examination fees.
660.27
Deposit of securities with Chief Financial Officer.
660.28
Exemption from bond and other security as fiduciary.
660.29
Use of personnel and facilities.
660.30
Segregation of books, records, and assets; fiduciary assets not liable.
660.31
General trust business by trust companies and departments.
660.33
Trust service offices.
660.34
General powers.
660.35
Oaths, affidavits, and acknowledgments.
660.36
Fiduciary agency contracts.
660.37
Security for deposit of fiduciary funds.
660.38
Loans by and to fiduciary accounts.
660.39
Sales between fiduciary accounts.
660.40
Self dealing.
660.41
Corporations; certain fiduciary functions prohibited.
660.415
Investment by trust companies, trust departments, trustees, and fiduciaries.
660.417
Investment of fiduciary funds in investment instruments; permissible activity under certain circumstances; limitations.
660.418
Investment of fiduciary funds in syndicate securities.
660.42
Establishment of common trust funds.
660.43
Common trust fund investments.
660.431
Prudent investor rule.
660.44
Common trust fund to be audited annually.
660.45
Common trust fund court accountings.
660.46
Substitution of fiduciaries.
660.47
Surrender of fiduciary powers.
660.48
Receivership or voluntary liquidation.
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