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Section 2113.64 | Investment of unclaimed money.


If a sum of money to be distributed to heirs, next of kin, or legatees, or owing from an estate to a creditor of the estate, remains unclaimed prior to the filing of a final account, the court may order it turned into the county treasury as provided in section 2113.65 of the Revised Code, or may order the executor or administrator to invest it as the court directs for a period not to exceed two years, to accumulate for the benefit of the persons entitled to the sum of money. Such investment shall be made in the name of the probate judge of the court for the time being and shall be subject to the order of the judge and the judge's successors in office.

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