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Section 1313.01 | Assignee's bond.


When a person, partnership, association, or corporation, makes an assignment to a trustee of property, money, rights, or credits, in trust for the benefit of creditors, within ten days after the delivery of the assignment to him and before disposing of any property so assigned, such assignee shall appear before the probate judge of the county in which the assignor resided at the time of executing the assignment, produce the original assignment, or a copy of it, cause it to be filed in the probate court, and enter into a bond, payable to the state, in such sum and with such sureties as the court approves, conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties. The court may require the assignee, or any trustee subsequently appointed, to execute an additional bond whenever the interests of the creditors of the assignor demand it.

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