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Section 1313.37 | Jurisdiction of court in action to foreclose mortgage or quiet title.


Sections 1313.01 to 1313.59, inclusive, of the Revised Code do not take away or limit the jurisdiction of any court of record in which an action to foreclose a mortgage, to quiet title, or in any way to affect the title to or possession of all or part of the real property assigned is pending, at date of an assignment for the benefit of creditors. In such action the assignee may be made a party, with right to defend, and have such decrees, orders, or judgments, as are necessary for the proper administration of his trust, in any surplus after paying liens thereon, asserted in the action.

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