(14) "Settlor" means a person, including a testator, who creates, or contributes property to, a trust.
If more than one person creates or contributes property to a trust, each person is a settlor of the portion of the trust property attributable to that person's contribution except to the extent another person has the power to revoke or withdraw that portion.
(7) "Interests of the beneficiaries" means the beneficial interests provided in the terms of the trust.
(17) "Terms of a trust" means the manifestation of the settlor's intent regarding a trust's provisions as expressed in the trust instrument or as may be established by other evidence that would be admissible in a judicial proceeding.
(18) "Trust instrument" means an instrument executed by the settlor that contains terms of the trust, including any amendments thereto.
(23) "Internal Revenue Code" means the Internal Revenue Code, as amended from time to time. (d) Without precluding the right of the court to order, approve, or disapprove a transfer, the trustee, in furtherance of the duty prescribed by subsection (c), may transfer the trust's principal place of administration to another State or to a jurisdiction outside of the United States.
Each reference to a provision of the Internal Revenue Code shall include any successor or amendment thereto. (e) Unless otherwise designated in the trust, the trustee shall notify the qualified beneficiaries of a proposed transfer of a trust's principal place of administration not less than ninety days before initiating the transfer.