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Proceedings on return of order to show cause
Correction (COR) CHAPTER 43, ARTICLE 14
§ 356. Proceedings on return of order to show cause. Upon the return
of an order to show cause, made as prescribed in the last section, proof
of the service thereof, as required thereby, must first be made;
whereupon the court must hear the allegations and proofs of the
creditors, and other persons interested in the estate, who appear. Where
the prisoner is indebted to any person, the court must appoint one or
more trustees, unless the persons interested in the prisoner's property
pay the debt, or give such security, as the court prescribes, for the
payment thereof, either absolutely, or contingently upon a recovery in
an action; in which case or where the prisoner is not indebted, the
court may grant or deny the prayer of the petition, as justice requires.