When the probate court appoints a trustee for the benefit of creditors, whether in place of an assignee or of a trustee previously appointed, such trustee, within ten days after his appointment, shall give bond or, failing to do so, he may be considered as declining the appointment, and the place shall be filled. When a trustee has given bond, he succeeds to all the rights, powers, and privileges of the preceding assignee or trustee. The court may make and enforce all orders necessary to put him into possession of all property, moneys, books, papers, evidences of title, and other effects covered by the assignment, or in any way belonging to the trust. By suit in the court of common pleas, or otherwise, such trustee may compel the delivery to him of all such property, moneys, books, papers, evidences of title, and other effects.
Cite as R.C. § 1313.11
History. Effective Date: 10-01-1953