(5) lending money with or without security and debiting or mortgaging fiduciary property for a period or beyond the term of the trust and, in connection with such borrowing, pledging or pledging, releasing the lender from any liability arising out of the borrowing or entering into a hypothec or hypothec or contract of guarantee; (e) Any interested person may initiate proceedings before the Court of Chancery for the interpretation, application, enforcement or determination of the validity of an out-of-court settlement agreement adopted pursuant to this Section, including, but not limited to, determining whether the representation provided for in Article 3547 of this Title was appropriate. 2. has the power or investigation, to the extent of a relevant instrument, to represent or retain 1 or more beneficiaries in judicial proceedings or extrajudicial cases within the meaning of Article 3303(e) of this Title; (h) in the absence of an express provision to the contrary, an agent has the right to order, authorize or authorize investments in United States government bonds, either directly or in the form of securities or other interests in an open or private management company or in an investment fund; registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940 (54 Stat. 847), 15 U.S.C. § 80a-1 et seq.) if the portfolio of such investment company or investment trust is limited to U.S. Government bonds and repo transactions fully secured by U.S. Government liabilities, which are provided or held by the U.S. Government, either directly or through an authorized custodian, the investment company or the Investment Trust. The power of a trustor to grant written consent or no written objection to the amendment of a trust may be exercised: (i) by an agent, within the scope of a power, only to the extent expressly authorized by the power or conditions of the relevant instrument of the trust; or (ii) where a representative is not authorized, under a power of authority, by the guardian of the grantor`s property (or a similar representative appointed by the court) with the agreement of the court supervising the guardian (or a similar representative). § 3338 Out-of-court settlement agreements [For the purposes of this section, see 79, paragraph 1. . .