§ 36C-8B-17. Relief from liability and indemnification.
(a) Except as otherwise provided in this section, a second trust shall not relieve an authorized fiduciary from liability for breach of trust to a greater extent than the first trust.
(b) A second trust may provide for indemnification of an authorized fiduciary of the first trust or another person acting in a fiduciary capacity under the first trust for any liability or claim that would have been payable from the first trust if the decanting power had not been exercised.
(c) A second trust shall not reduce fiduciary liability in the aggregate; provided, however, a second trust may divide and reallocate fiduciary powers among fiduciaries, including one or more trustees, distribution advisors, investment advisors, trust protectors, or other persons, and relieve a fiduciary from liability for an act or failure to act of another fiduciary as permitted by the laws of this State other than this Article. (2017-121, s. 1.)