As used in sections 5813.01 to 5813.07 of the Revised Code:
(A) "Institution" means an incorporated or unincorporated organization that is organized and operated exclusively for educational, religious, charitable, or other eleemosynary purposes or a governmental organization to the extent that it holds funds exclusively for any of those purposes.
(B) "Governing board" means the body responsible for the management of an institution.
(C) "Institutional trust fund" means a trust fund, or a part of a trust fund, that is held by a trustee for the exclusive use, benefit, or purposes of one or more institutions and that is not wholly distributable to the institution or institutions on a current basis under the terms of the applicable trust instrument. "Institutional trust fund" does not include a fund in which a beneficiary that is not an institution has an interest other than a right that may arise upon a violation of a covenant under the terms of the applicable trust instrument or upon a violation of or the failure of the purposes of the fund.
(D) "Applicable fund value" means for any particular fiscal year the sum of the month-end values of the net assets of an institutional trust fund for the prior fiscal year for those months in which the institutional trust fund has been in existence during such prior fiscal year divided by the number of those months. The month-end values shall be determined by the trustee in accordance with the trustee's records, and any such determination made by a trustee in good faith is conclusive.
(E) "Trust instrument" means a testamentary or inter vivos trust under which the trustee of the trust holds an institutional trust fund.
(F) "Trustee" means an individual, corporation, institution, or organization, including, but not limited to, a bank, trust company, or other financial institution, serving as a trustee or as sole trustee under a trust instrument. "Trustee" includes an original trustee and any successor or added trustee.
Cite as R.C. § 5813.01
History. Effective Date: 01-01-2007