trust account


trust account
1. an account of property established with a trust company by a grantor, for distribution during or after the grantor's lifetime.
2. Also called trustee account. Banking a savings account over which the depositor, while living, has sole control as trustee, and which upon the death of the depositor becomes payable to the beneficiary.

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