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Receivers, assignees and trustees deemed public officers
Public Officers (PBO) CHAPTER 47, ARTICLE 2-A
§ 28. Receivers, assignees and trustees deemed public officers. A
receiver, an assignee of an insolvent debtor, or a trustee or other
officer, appointed by a court or a judge, is a public officer, within
the meaning of this article; but where he was appointed by or pursuant
to the order of a court, or in proceedings supplementary to execution
against property, the application for leave to prosecute his official
bond or undertaking must be made to the court by which, or pursuant to
whose order, he was appointed, or in which the judgment was rendered, as
the case may be.