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Title 33Chapter ISubchapter BPart 49 → Subpart 49.05

Title 33: Navigation and Navigable Waters

Subpart 49.05—Trustee

§49.05-1   Appointment of trustee.
§49.05-5   Bonding of trustee.
§49.05-10   Affidavits required.

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§49.05-1   Appointment of trustee.

Upon receipt of a finding by a board convened or appointed in accordance with §49.01-10, that the alleged incompetent is mentally incapable of managing his own affairs, the Commandant may appoint a suitable person or persons, not under legal disability so to act, as trustee or trustees to receive in behalf of the incompetent all amounts due the incompetent from such sources set forth in §49.01-1, and to use said funds in the best interests of the incompetent.

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§49.05-5   Bonding of trustee.

The trustee or trustees appointed to receive moneys in behalf of incompetent personnel shall furnish a bond in all cases when the amounts to be received may be expected to exceed $1,000, and in such other cases when deemed appropriate by the Commandant. The bond so required and furnished shall have as surety a company approved by the Federal Government, and shall be in such amount as is required by the Commandant. Such bonds shall be continued in effect for the life of trusteeship and expenses in connection with the furnishing and renewal of such bonds may be paid out of sums due the incompetent.

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§49.05-10   Affidavits required.

The trustee or trustees appointed to receive moneys due incompetent personnel shall, prior to the payment of any such moneys, execute and file with the Commandant an affidavit or affidavits saying and deposing that any moneys henceforth received by virtue of such appointment shall be applied solely to the use and benefit of the incompetent and that no fee, commission, or charge shall be demanded, or in any manner accepted, for any service or services rendered in connection with such appointment as trustee or trustees.

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