Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 41
INSURANCE
CHAPTER 26
SURETY INSURANCE CONTRACTS
41-2609.  Release of surety on certain official bonds. (1) The surety or the representative of any surety, upon the bond of any trustee, committee, guardian, assignee, receiver, executor or administrator, or other fiduciary, may apply by petition to the court wherein such bond is directed to be filed, or which may have jurisdiction of such trustee, committee, guardian, assignee, receiver, executor or administrator, praying to be relieved from further liability as such surety, for the acts or omissions of the trustee, committee, guardian, assignee, receiver, executor or administrator or other fiduciary, which may occur after the date of the order relieving such surety to be granted as herein provided for, and to require such trustee, committee, guardian, assignee, receiver, executor or administrator, or other fiduciary, to show cause why he should not account and said surety be relieved from such further liability as aforesaid, and said principal be required to give a new bond.
(2)  Upon the filing of such petition, the court shall issue such order returnable at such time and place and to be served in such manner as the court shall direct, and may restrain such trustee, committee, guardian, assignee, receiver, executor or administrator or other fiduciary from acting except in such manner as it may direct to preserve the trust estate.
(3)  Upon the return of the order to show cause, if the principal in the bond accounts in due form of law and files a new bond duly approved, then the court must make an order releasing the surety filing the petition as aforesaid, from liability upon the bond for any subsequent act or default of the principal. In default of the principal thus accounting and filing the new bond, the court shall make an order directing such trustee, committee, guardian, assignee, receiver, executor or administrator, or fiduciary to account in due form of law within thirty (30) days, and that if the trust fund or estate shall be found or made good and paid over or properly secured, such surety shall be discharged from any and all further liability as such for the subsequent acts or omissions of the trustee, committee, guardian, assignee, receiver, executor, or administrator, or fiduciary, after the date of the surety being so relieved or discharged and discharging such trustee, committee, guardian, assignee, receiver, executor or administrator, or fiduciary.

History:
[41-2609, added 1961, ch. 330, sec. 562, p. 645.]


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