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The management and distribution of a trust estate, submission of accounts and reports to beneficiaries, payment of trustee's fees and other obligations of a trust, acceptance and change of trusteeship, and other aspects of the administration of a trust shall proceed expeditiously consistent with the terms of the trust, free of judicial intervention and without order, approval, or other action of any court, subject to the jurisdiction of the court as invoked by interested parties or as otherwise exercised as provided by law or by the terms of the trust.
(27) "Trust protector" is a person, committee of persons or entity who is or who are designated as a trust protector whose appointment is provided for in the trust instrument. (b) An organization that conducts activities through employees has notice or knowledge of a fact involving a trust only from the time the information was received by an employee having responsibility to act for the trust, or would have been brought to the employee's attention if the organization had exercised reasonable diligence. (b) The terms of a trust prevail over any provision of this article except: (1) the requirements for creating a trust; (2) the duty of a trustee to act in good faith and in accordance with the purposes of the trust; (3) the requirement that a trust and its terms be for the benefit of its beneficiaries, and that the trust have a purpose that is lawful and possible to achieve; (4) the power of the court to modify or terminate a trust under Sections 62-7-410 through 62-7-416; (5) the effect of a spendthrift provision and the rights of certain creditors and assignees to reach a trust as provided in Part 5; (6) the limitations on the ability of a settlor's agent under a power of attorney to revoke, amend, or make distributions from a revocable trust pursuant to Section 62-7-602A; (7) the power of the court under Section 62-7-708(b) to adjust a trustee's compensation specified in the terms of the trust which is unreasonably low or high; (8) the effect of an exculpatory term under Section 62-7-1008; (9) the rights under Sections 62-7-1010 through 62-7-1013 of a person other than a trustee or beneficiary; (10) periods of limitation for commencing a judicial proceeding; (11) the power of the court to take such action and exercise such jurisdiction as may be necessary in the interests of justice; and (12) the subject matter jurisdiction of the court and venue for commencing a proceeding as provided in Sections 62-7-201 and 62-7-204. (c) Notice under this article or the sending of a document under this article may be waived by the person to be notified or sent the document. (a) For purposes of this section, "interested persons" means persons whose consent would be required in order to achieve a binding settlement were the settlement to be approved by the court. Proceedings that may be maintained pursuant to this section are those concerning the administration and distribution of trusts, the declaration of rights, and the determination of other matters involving trustees and beneficiaries of trusts.
(16) "State" means a State of the United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the United States Virgin Islands, or any territory or insular possession subject to the jurisdiction of the United States.
The term includes an Indian tribe or band recognized by federal law or formally acknowledged by a State.
(17) "Terms of a trust" means the manifestation of the settlor's intent regarding a trust's provisions as expressed in the trust instrument or as may be established by other evidence that would be admissible in a judicial proceeding.
(18) "Trust instrument" means an instrument executed by the settlor that contains terms of the trust, including any amendments thereto.
(e) The court for good cause shown may provide for a different method or time of giving notice for any hearing. (c) A person appointed to enforce a trust created for the care of an animal or another noncharitable purpose as provided in Section 62-7-408 or 62-7-409 has the rights of a qualified beneficiary under this article. The provisions of this section do not apply to the extent there is a contract providing for the compensation to be paid for the trustee's services or if the trust directs otherwise; and (4) appoint or remove a trustee.
(f) Proof of the giving of notice shall be made on or before the hearing and filed in the proceeding. (b) A proceeding under this section does not result in continuing supervisory proceedings.
The term does not include a guardian ad litem or a statutory guardian.
(7) "Interests of the beneficiaries" means the beneficial interests provided in the terms of the trust.
South Carolina Trust Code Editor's Note 2013 Act No. (A) This act [amending Articles 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 7] takes effect on January 1, 2014.
"(B) Except as otherwise provided in this act, on the effective date of this act: "(1) this act applies to any estates of decedents dying thereafter and to all trusts created before, on, or after its effective date; "(2) the act applies to all judicial proceedings concerning estates of decedents and trusts commenced on or after its effective date; "(3) this act applies to judicial proceedings concerning estates of decedents and trusts commenced before its effective date unless the court finds that application of a particular provision of this act would substantially interfere with the effective conduct of the judicial proceedings or prejudice the rights of the parties, in which case the particular provision of this act does not apply and the superseded law applies; "(4) subject to item (5) and subsection (C) of this section, any rule of construction or presumption provided in this act applies to governing instruments executed before the effective date of the act unless there is a clear indication of a contrary intent in the terms of the governing instrument; and "(5) an act done and any right acquired or accrued before the effective date of the act is not affected by this act.
(23) "Internal Revenue Code" means the Internal Revenue Code, as amended from time to time. (d) Without precluding the right of the court to order, approve, or disapprove a transfer, the trustee, in furtherance of the duty prescribed by subsection (c), may transfer the trust's principal place of administration to another State or to a jurisdiction outside of the United States.