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A provision in an inter vivos or testamentary trust purporting to penalize a beneficiary by charging the beneficiary's interest in the trust, or to penalize the beneficiary in another manner, for instituting a proceeding to challenge the acts of the trustee or other fiduciary of a trust, or for instituting other proceedings relating to the trust, is enforceable even if probable cause exists for instituting the proceedings.
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