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Application for appointment of committee
Correction (COR) CHAPTER 43, ARTICLE 13
§ 321. Application for appointment of committee. Such application
shall be made upon personal notice of not less than twenty days to such
convicted person and to the district attorney of the county where the
conviction was had, and upon notice to such other persons as would be
entitled to notice of application for the probate of the will of such
convicted person if he were then dead leaving a will of real and
personal property, to be given in like manner as notice of application
for such probate. The application shall, among other things, set forth
the amount of the property of such person, and the names and residences
of his heirs-at-law and next of kin, as near as the same are known or
can be ascertained by the applicant. Upon such application and due proof
of the service of the notice herein required, the court may, in its
discretion, appoint a committee of the estate of such convicted person.
The person or persons so appointed as such committee shall file a bond
in the county clerk's office of such county, and in such amount and with
such sureties as the said court shall direct. A copy of the order
appointing such committee certified by the clerk of the county in which
the order is filed, shall be filed in every county in which any real
estate of such convicted person is situated.