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Does My Living Trust Need to be Registered or Recorded Anywhere? No. It is a private document which is not recorded. However, if you own any interest in real estate, the new deeds showing trust ownership will be recorded by the law firm for you.
A copy of any trust must be given to all beneficiaries named in the document within 60 days of approval from the probate court.
In New York, there is no requirement to record a trust. Part of the idea of a trust is to maintain privacy. When you are transferring a property to a trust, you are allowed to not disclose the ownership of the property to the public.
Generally speaking, beneficiaries have a right to see trust documents which set out the terms of the trusts, the identity of the trustees and the assets within the trust as well as the trust deed, any deeds of appointment/retirement and trust accounts.
Generally speaking, beneficiaries have a right to see trust documents which set out the terms of the trusts, the identity of the trustees and the assets within the trust as well as the trust deed, any deeds of appointment/retirement and trust accounts.
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A copy of any trust must be given to all beneficiaries named in the document within 60 days of approval from the probate court.
Before giving consent to the transfer of mortgaged property, the mortgagee typically requires that the living trust document be recorded, with the deed, at the office of the county clerk.
Before giving consent to the transfer of mortgaged property, the mortgagee typically requires that the living trust document be recorded, with the deed, at the office of the county clerk.
As a general rule, a beneficiary is entitled to a copy of the trust document, any deeds of variation of the trust, deeds of appointment and trust accounts. If further information is requested, it is at the discretion of the trustee as to whether it will be provided.
Before giving consent to the transfer of mortgaged property, the mortgagee typically requires that the living trust document be recorded, with the deed, at the office of the county clerk.

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