(b) after collecting the fee in subsection 8 of this section, the agent enters the agreement or reference statement into the court registry. If you object within 60 days, the court sets a date and place of hearing. At least ten days before the date of this hearing, you must provide a copy of your grievances to all beneficiaries and parties to the agreement and provide the date and location of the hearing. See ORS 130.045 (UTC 111. Out-of-court settlement agreements). (d) An agreement approved by the Tribunal at the end of a hearing is binding on all beneficiaries and parties to the agreement. (C) Approval of the agreement would not be fair to beneficiaries who are not interested and who are not parties to the agreement. (c) The Tribunal approves an agreement reached under this section following a hearing on grievances under this subsection, unless: Unless you object to the agreement within 60 days of that date, the agreement is approved and binds all beneficiaries and parties to the agreement. b) If the agreement is not submitted to the court in accordance with paragraph 6 of this section, the agreement binds all parties to the agreement. (6) (a) Any interested person may submit a transaction agreement in this section or a memorandum containing the provisions of the agreement to the district court for each county in which trust property is located or in which the agent manages the trust.

B. Unless sub-section C is provided otherwise, interested parties may enter into a binding out-of-court settlement agreement for all trust matters. A. For the purposes of this section, “interested persons” can be understood as persons whose agreement would be required to reach a binding agreement if the transaction were approved by the Tribunal. c) When the agreement is filed with the Tribunal, the agreement is binding in accordance with subsections 6 and 7 of this section, unless the court approves the agreement after the grievances have been filed and a hearing. If the court does not approve the agreement, the agreement is not binding on a beneficiary or party to the agreement. D. Issues that can be resolved by an out-of-court settlement agreement include: (A) The agreement does not reflect the signatures of all those required in this section; (c) within five days of the date of submission of an agreement or memorandum after this subsection, the subject must assign to any beneficiary of the trust whose address is known on the date of filing and who is not a party to the agreement of a notice of filing and a copy of the agreement or note. The service can be carried out in person or by registered or authenticated mail, re-requisite. The notification is essentially in the form of: (8) The District Court Administrator pre-charges filing fees in accordance with ORS 21.135 (standard filing tax) for the submission of an agreement or agreement in accordance with paragraph 6 of this section and for the submission of objections under the subsection (7) of this section.