Alaska Statutes.
Title 13. Decedents' Estates, Guardianships, Transfers, and Trusts.
Chapter 36. Trust Administration
Section 165. Withdrawals From Mingled Trust Funds.
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AS 13.36.165. Withdrawals From Mingled Trust Funds.

If a person who is a trustee of two or more trusts mingles the funds of two or more trusts in the same aggregate of cash or in the same bank or brokerage account or other investment, and if a withdrawal is made from the cash aggregate, account, or investment by the trustee for the trustee's own benefit, for the benefit of a third person who is not a beneficiary or creditor of one or more of the trusts, or for an unknown purpose, the withdrawal must be charged first to the amount of the personal cash, credit, or other property, if any, of the trustee in the mingled fund, and, after the exhaustion of the trustee's cash, credit, or other property, then to the several trusts in proportion to their several interests in the cash, credit, or other property in the cash aggregate, account, or investment at the time of the withdrawal. Nothing in this section is intended to authorize the mingling of trust funds.

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