2018 Mississippi Code
Title 93 - Domestic Relations
Chapter 13 - Guardians and Conservators
§ 93-13-185. How ward’s property may be removed from this state.
If any such non-resident guardian shall desire to remove the personal property of his ward out of this state, he shall present his petition for that purpose to the court in this state in which he was appointed, and on making a final settlement of his guardianship accounts in this state, the court may, if it shall deem it proper, make an order to that effect. But such guardian shall first give bond with a surety, or sureties, to be approved by such court, or the clerk of such court, in the full value of the ward’s personal estate so sought to be removed, conditioned that he will present to the court in the state of his residence, by which he was originally appointed, a full and complete inventory of the property and effects of the ward, to be removed from this state, and on failure to comply with the condition of such bond, the bond may be put in suit for the benefit of the ward.