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Section 1313.04 | Resignation.


An assignee or trustee for the benefit of creditors appointed by the probate court, who has qualified, may resign his trust with the consent of the court. In case of the death, removal, or resignation of a sole assignee or trustee, the court shall appoint one or more trustees in his place.

If one or more assignees or trustees have not died, resigned, or been removed, the court either may fill the vacancy, or allow the remaining assignees or trustees, to execute the trust, as it deems best for the trust. At any time, on application of a majority of the creditors in amount, the court may appoint an additional trustee.

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