§ 36C-8A-4.2. Defenses in action against power holder.
In an action against a power holder for breach of trust, the power holder may assert the same defenses that a trustee in a like position and under similar circumstances could assert in an action for breach of trust against the trustee, including the following:
(1) Reasonable reliance on the terms of a trust pursuant to G.S. 36C-9-901(b) and G.S. 36C-10-1006.
(2) Reasonable care in ascertaining the happening of an event affecting the administration or distribution of a trust pursuant to G.S. 36C-10-1007.
(3) Beneficiary's consent, release, or ratification pursuant to G.S. 36C-10-1009. (2021-85, s. 2(c).)