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Section 1313.12 | Settlement on resignation, removal, or death.


On the resignation or removal of an assignee or trustee for the benefit of creditors, he shall file and settle his account without delay, and on the death of such assignee or trustee, his legal representative must file and settle such account without delay. Immediately after the settlement, the assignee or trustee, or his legal representative, shall pay over to his successor all moneys found due from him to the trust. On failure to do so, or to file and settle such account, or deliver over to his successor all property, moneys, books, evidences of title, papers, and other effects belonging to the trust, such successor may proceed against such assignee or trustee by action in the court of common pleas or otherwise, on his bond or his legal representative and the sureties in such bond.

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