§ 18-9-9. Investigations as to administration of trusts.
The attorney general may investigate at any time charitable trusts for the purpose of determining and ascertaining whether they are being administered in accordance with law and with the terms and purposes of the trust. For the purposes of this investigation the attorney general may require any person, agent, trustee, fiduciary, beneficiary, institution, association, or corporation administering a trust or having an interest in, or knowledge of the trust, to appear at any time and place that the attorney general may designate, then and there under oath to produce for the use of the attorney general any and all books, memoranda, papers of whatever kind, documents of title, or other evidence of assets or liabilities which may be in the ownership or possession or control of the person, agent, trustee, fiduciary, beneficiary, institution, association, or corporation, and to furnish any other available information relating to the trust that the attorney general may require.
(P.L. 1950, ch. 2617, § 8; G.L. 1956, § 18-9-9.)