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  • PART II REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS
  • TITLE II DESCENT AND DISTRIBUTION, WILLS, ESTATES OF DECEASED PERSONS AND ABSENTEES, GUARDIANSHIP, CONSERVATORSHIP AND TRUSTS
  • CHAPTER 205 BONDS OF EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS, GUARDIANS, CONSERVATORS, TRUSTEES AND RECEIVERS

Section 1 - Bond of receiver of absentee or guardian

Section 2 to 5 - Repealed, 2008, 521, Sec. 33

Section 6 - Repealed, 2008, 521, Sec. 35

Section 6A - Surety not required on bonds filed by national banks

Section 7 to 8 - Repealed, 2008, 521, Sec. 37

Section 9 - Sureties on bonds; requirements

Section 10 - Approval by judge or register

Section 11 - Joint fiduciaries; joint or separate bonds

Section 12 - Joint executors; failure to give bond; effect

Section 13 - Fiduciary; license to sell or mortgage realty; additional bond

Section 14 - Insufficiency of sureties; new bond

Section 15 - Discharge of sureties; new bond

Section 16 - Failure to give new bond; effect

Section 17 - Sureties on prior bond; liability

Section 18 - Penal sum of bond; reduction

Section 19 - Woman fiduciary; effect of marriage

Section 19A - Joint control of trust estates; agreements between fiduciaries and sureties; authorization

Section 20 - Actions upon bonds by creditors

Section 21 - Creditors; amount due ascertained by decree of distribution

Section 22 - Actions upon bonds by next of kin

Section 23 - Actions upon bonds by person aggrieved by maladministration of fiduciary

Section 24 - Judge as obligor

Section 25 - Wife of probate judge as obligor

Section 26 - Endorsement of writ

Section 27 - Obligor; summoning

Section 28 - Obligor; failure to appear; effect

Section 29 - Actions upon bonds given by guardians, conservators, trustees or other fiduciary

Section 30 - Venue for actions upon bonds

Section 31 - Form of execution

Section 32 - Execution for use of particular person; procedure

Section 33 - Execution for undesignated persons; procedure

Section 34 - New breach; effect

Section 35 - Bond of guardian or conservator; limitation of action against sureties