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Section 1313.31 | Court may order business of assignor carried on.


When satisfied that it would be for the advantage of the creditors of the assignor, and on written application therefor by three-fourths in number and amount of such creditors, the probate court may order any business carried on by the assignor at the time of the assignment, to be continued by the assignee or trustee. When the court deems it to the advantage of the creditors to discontinue the business, it shall order that to be done, and also allow to the assignee or trustee for the benefit of creditors such compensation for conducting it, as may be just, in addition to the fees allowed by sections 1313.50 and 1313.51 of the Revised Code.

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