N.Y. Estates, Powers & Trusts Law Section 13-A-3.4
Disclosure of other digital assets of principal


§ 13-A-3.4 Disclosure of other digital assets of principal Unless otherwise ordered by the court, directed by the principal, or provided by a power of attorney, a custodian shall disclose to an agent with specific authority over digital assets or general authority to act on behalf of a principal a catalogue of electronic communications sent or received by the principal and digital assets, other than the content of electronic communications, of the principal if the agent gives the custodian:

(a)

a written request for disclosure in physical or electronic form;

(b)

a copy of the power of attorney that gives the agent specific authority over digital assets or general authority to act on behalf of the principal;

(c)

an affidavit in which the affiant attests that the copy is an accurate copy of the original power of attorney and that, to the best of the affiant’s knowledge, the power remains in effect; and

(d)

if requested by the custodian:

(1)

a number, username, address, or other unique subscriber or account identifier assigned by the custodian to identify the principal’s account; or

(2)

evidence linking the account to the principal.

Source: Section 13-A-3.4 — Disclosure of other digital assets of principal, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/EPT/13-A-3.­4 (updated Oct. 7, 2016; accessed Jun. 15, 2024).

Accessed:
Jun. 15, 2024

Last modified:
Oct. 7, 2016

§ 13-A-3.4’s source at nysenate​.gov

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