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Below are forms regarding land trusts that do not necessarily require the assistance of an attorney. If you have any questions, please call (219) 661-2792.
These forms are provided for your convenience. As with any legal document, you may wish to consult with an attorney to be certain that your objectives are being met.
When the primary beneficiary dies, changes beneficial interest in the trust from the deceased to the contingent beneficiary(s).
Changes contingent beneficiary(s). The contingent beneficiary is the person(s) taking the beneficial interest upon the death of the primary beneficiary.
Used to change the party(s) who has power of direction.
Used by current beneficiary to make changes to the beneficial interest by assigning all or part of the beneficial interest in the trust to another party(s).
Required when the beneficiary is a corporation.
Transfers property into the land trust.
Used to request issuance of a deed when property is being transferred out of the trust.
Authorization by the party(s) having power of direction to execute documents. This form is not used to request a deed (Direction to Convey).
Required when the beneficiary is an LLC.
Used to notarize documents where there is no notary block.
Required when the beneficiary is a partnership.
Removes requirements for additional signatures or notifications.
Used to create the trust and it terms with the trustee.
Patriot Act information disclosure. Prior to opening an account and any addition of a beneficiary/power of direction holder, Indiana Land Trust Company is required to obtain proper identification of each customer.
Sample phrasing for establishing the beneficial interest and the contingent beneficial interest in the trust.
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