The Florida Trust Code (FTC) was enacted as new Chapter 736 of Title XLII of the Florida Statutes (F.S.) and went into effect July 1, 2007. While generally modeled after the Uniform Trust Code (UTC), the FTC embodies only 60 percent of the UTC's provisions — and nearly one-third of those provisions are substantively revised.1 The remaining 40 percent come from Florida's earlier laws.
We will not examine the entire spectrum of changes to Florida trust law, but rather will di
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