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Section 2109.53 | Judgment against fiduciary - removal.


If a judgment is rendered against a fiduciary under section 2109.52 of the Revised Code, the fiduciary shall be removed by the probate court. If any portion of the estate, testamentary trust, or guardianship remains to be administered by the probate court at the time of the removal of the fiduciary, the court shall appoint a new fiduciary to continue the administrative process. A fiduciary that is removed shall not receive compensation for acting as fiduciary and shall be charged for the amount of the judgment. The fiduciary's property also shall be liable for the satisfaction of the judgment on execution issued on the judgment by the fiduciary's successor.

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