the Uniform Principal and Income Act (UPIA)), which some states have adopted or are considering adopting in whole or in port, one must review several legal sources to understand the principles of fiduciary accounting.
What does UPIA stand for?
UPIA stands for Uniform Principal and Income Act
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- Uniform Penalty and Interest Act (Illinois)
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- United Press International Acquisition Corp.
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- Union of the Physically Impaired Against Segregation (UK)
- Universal Payment Identification Code (banking)
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- University Public Issues Committee (Evanston, IL)
- Uttar Pradeshies in Canada (est. 2014)
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The California Uniform Principal and Income Act (California Probate Code (CPC) secs.
UPIA-97 AND ITS PREDECESSORS In 1931, the Uniform Laws Commission approved its first Uniform Principal and income Act (UPIA-31).
When the revised Uniform Principal and Income Act took effect Jan.
10) Uniform Principal and Income Act (1997) [section] 104, U.
In most cases, this assistance takes the form of the state's adoption of some version of the Uniform Principal and Income Act (UPIA).
17) Uniform Principal and Income Act (1997), drafted by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Tax Laws.