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Title 38Chapter IPart 13

TITLE 38—Pensions, Bonuses, and Veterans' Relief



Field examinations.
State legislation.
Veterans Service Center Manager to select and appoint or recommend for appointment the person or legal entity to receive Department of Veterans Affairs benefits in a fiduciary capacity.
Direct payment.
Payment to the wife or husband of incompetent veteran.
Legal custodian.
Court-appointed fiduciary.
Payment to the chief officer of institution.
Payment to bonded officer of Indian reservation.
Payment to custodian-in-fact.
Fiduciary commissions.
Limitation of beneficiaries to individual fiduciary.
Apportionment of benefits to dependents.
Payment of cost of veteran's maintenance in institution.
Release of funds from Personal Funds of Patients.
Transfer of funds from funds due incompetent beneficiaries.
Supervision of fiduciaries.
Management and use of estates of minors.
Accountability of legal custodians.
Investments by Federal fiduciaries.
Accounts of court-appointed fiduciaries.
Surety bonds.
Investments by court-appointed fiduciaries.
Accounts of chief officers of public or private institutions.
Escheat; post fund.
Claims of creditors.

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