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6-860. Duty of trustee, escrow officer or agent to produce trust or escrow records for inspection; violation; classification

A. Any trustee, escrow officer or agent shall produce for inspection any trust or escrow records concerning the assets, existence, condition, management and administration and the names of the parties, including any or all beneficiaries, of any trust or escrow of which he or she is the trustee, escrow officer or agent, to any peace officer or local, state or federal law enforcement agency, provided such person requesting information signs and submits a sworn statement to the trustee, escrow officer or agent that the request is made in the lawful performance of such person's duties. The peace officer or local, state or federal law enforcement agency shall be prohibited from using or releasing said information except in the proper performance of his or her duties.

B. Any trustee, escrow officer or agent shall produce for inspection required by law any trust or escrow records of any trust or escrow of which he or she is the trustee, escrow officer or agent to the superintendent or to any state or federal administrative agency lawfully requiring such disclosure. The superintendent or any state or federal administrative agency shall be prohibited from using or releasing said information except in the proper performance of his or her duties.

C. Any person who knowingly fails to produce records pursuant to this section or who obtains information under subsection A or B and is prohibited from releasing such information but does release such information is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title6 > 6-860

6-860. Duty of trustee, escrow officer or agent to produce trust or escrow records for inspection; violation; classification

A. Any trustee, escrow officer or agent shall produce for inspection any trust or escrow records concerning the assets, existence, condition, management and administration and the names of the parties, including any or all beneficiaries, of any trust or escrow of which he or she is the trustee, escrow officer or agent, to any peace officer or local, state or federal law enforcement agency, provided such person requesting information signs and submits a sworn statement to the trustee, escrow officer or agent that the request is made in the lawful performance of such person's duties. The peace officer or local, state or federal law enforcement agency shall be prohibited from using or releasing said information except in the proper performance of his or her duties.

B. Any trustee, escrow officer or agent shall produce for inspection required by law any trust or escrow records of any trust or escrow of which he or she is the trustee, escrow officer or agent to the superintendent or to any state or federal administrative agency lawfully requiring such disclosure. The superintendent or any state or federal administrative agency shall be prohibited from using or releasing said information except in the proper performance of his or her duties.

C. Any person who knowingly fails to produce records pursuant to this section or who obtains information under subsection A or B and is prohibited from releasing such information but does release such information is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title6 > 6-860

6-860. Duty of trustee, escrow officer or agent to produce trust or escrow records for inspection; violation; classification

A. Any trustee, escrow officer or agent shall produce for inspection any trust or escrow records concerning the assets, existence, condition, management and administration and the names of the parties, including any or all beneficiaries, of any trust or escrow of which he or she is the trustee, escrow officer or agent, to any peace officer or local, state or federal law enforcement agency, provided such person requesting information signs and submits a sworn statement to the trustee, escrow officer or agent that the request is made in the lawful performance of such person's duties. The peace officer or local, state or federal law enforcement agency shall be prohibited from using or releasing said information except in the proper performance of his or her duties.

B. Any trustee, escrow officer or agent shall produce for inspection required by law any trust or escrow records of any trust or escrow of which he or she is the trustee, escrow officer or agent to the superintendent or to any state or federal administrative agency lawfully requiring such disclosure. The superintendent or any state or federal administrative agency shall be prohibited from using or releasing said information except in the proper performance of his or her duties.

C. Any person who knowingly fails to produce records pursuant to this section or who obtains information under subsection A or B and is prohibited from releasing such information but does release such information is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor.

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