Legal definition of trustee
Living Trusts Legal Terminology

trustee

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\ ˌtrʌsˈtiː\ “Trustee” includes an original, additional, surviving, or successor trustee, whether or not appointed or confirmed by court. (PART II,Sec.731.201) 
Source: FLorida Probate Code. website
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Includes an original, additional or successor trustee, whether or not appointed or confirmed by the court. (Chapter 1, A. 2, S.14-1201(59))
Source: The Arizona Revised Statutes. website
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