b) Unless sub-part c of this section is otherwise, interested parties may enter into a binding out-of-court transaction agreement for all trust matters. (e) Any interested person may ask the court to approve an out-of-court transaction agreement, to ascertain whether the article 3 representation of that act was appropriate, and to determine whether the agreement contains conditions that the court could have properly approved. (d) Issues that can be resolved by an out-of-court settlement agreement include: (c) Subject to the rights of persons seized from an agent within the meaning of W.S. 4-10-1013, an out-of-court transaction agreement is only valid to the extent that it does not violate an essential purpose of the trust and contains conditions that could be duly approved by the court under this or any other applicable law. (iii) Order an agent to refrain from performing a particular act or to grant an agent a necessary or desirable power; (v) transfer of the main place of management of a trust; (iv) the resignation or appointment of an agent and the setting of an agent`s remuneration; (i) the design or design of the terms of the trust; (a) For the purposes of this section, “interested persons” are not inactive beneficiaries who are authorized to receive ongoing distributions from the trust company, the settlor, if they are alive, the agent and, if so, the protector of trust; (vi) the liability of an agent in the event of a trust action; and (ii) approval of an agent`s report or accounting; Non-responsibility: These codes may not be the latest version. Wyoming may have more up-to-date or more accurate information. We do not provide any guarantee or guarantee as to the accuracy, completeness or relevance of the information contained in this website or information related to the state website. Check the official sources. (vii) a choice to treat the trust as a qualified and wasted trust under section 5 of the Act and an amendment to the trust to comply with W.S. 4-10-510.