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This is not that uncommon. By this, I mean "no contest clause," or also known as an in terrorem clause. See HERE.
If the trust really has such a clause, then it can void the beneficiary's rights under a trust if the beneficiary contests it.
But, understand that arguably, asking to see the trust documents is not contesting the trust. However in the end, it depends on what the in terrorem clause says exactly, and whether or not it includes requesting documents as a "contest" (normally it would not).
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