§ 18-1-2. Law expressly applicable when trustees are within state.
Whenever a person, whether or not a resident of this state and whether or not a citizen of the United States, subsequently creates a trust of personal property by deed, agreement, will, or otherwise, and: (1) the instrument creating the trust provides in substance that it shall be construed and regulated by the law of this state, (2) the trust is to be or is in fact administered in this state, and (3) the trustee, or if more than one at least one of them, is a resident of this state or a domestic corporation or national bank located within this state duly authorized by law to act as trustee, the validity, construction, effect, and administration of the trust shall be determined and governed by the law of this state without reference to the law of any other state.
(G.L. 1938, ch. 486, § 23; P.L. 1941, ch. 977, § 1; G.L. 1956, § 18-1-2.)