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Unless ordered by a court of competent jurisdiction, a bank or trust company operating a common trust fund is not required to render a court accounting with regard to the fund. A bank or trust company may, by application to the superior court, secure approval of an accounting it makes with regard to a common trust fund on the conditions the court establishes.
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