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If the trust instrument (document) states how much a trustee should be paid in such a situation, then this controls.
If the trust instrument states that the trustee should not be paid in such situations, then this also controls and prohibits the payment.
If the trust instrument is silent, then AZ's 14-10708 controls. See HERE. The statute allows compensation "reasonable under the circumstances." What this is, is subjective and is on a case to case basis. It would be fair to argue that compensation for such a job may equal (1) that of what a real estate agent would receive for the sale, OR perhaps, (2) the sum of hours spent on the matter per the hourly rate defined in the trust instrument. It is up to the trustee to make a decision as to what is reasonable - initially.
The beneficiary has a right to challenge the assumption and if they do so, the Court will decide and may adjust the trustee's compensation accordingly.
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