2016 West Virginia Code
CHAPTER 44. ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES AND TRUSTS
ARTICLE 4. ACCOUNTING BY FIDUCIARIES.
§44-4-3. Fiduciaries from whom inventories, appraisals or accounts are due when this article effective may be proceeded against.
Any fiduciary who has been appointed or qualified before this article takes effect and has not given sufficient bond, nor returned any appraisement as required by law, nor has had any appraisal made of the estate under his control and management, nor has fully and finally accounted, may be summoned, by the fiduciary commissioner as the county commission may designate, to appear before him to return the appraisal or account as may be due from him, or to appear before the county commission or clerk and give a sufficient bond, if one has not been given. Any fiduciary who fails to comply with the summons shall be proceeded against in the same manner, and be subject to the same penalties, as this article provides for fiduciaries who fail to return appraisements.
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