Testator created an amendable inter vivos trust which he amended in 1938, 1940, and 1942. By a codicil to his will, executed in 1945, he left his residuary estate to the trustees of the inter vivos trust to be held according to the terms of that trust as amended. On certification from the probate court, held, the bequest to the trustees was valid, and it was not necessary for the trustees to give bond and account to the probate court as required of trustees of testamentary trusts by statute. In re York's Estate, (N. H. 1949) 65 A. (2d) 282.
Robert H. Frick,
TRUSTS-ADDITION TO CORPUS BY WILL-NATURE OF BEQUEST,
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