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Fiduciary Bond 341ES - South Carolina

Fiduciary Bond Form. This is a South Carolina form and can be used in Probate Court Statewide .
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF: ____________________________ IN THE MATTER OF: ________________________________________ (Decedent) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) IN THE PROBATE COURT FIDUCIARY BOND CASE NUMBER: _____________________________________ We, ____________________________ (Personal Representative), as principal, and _______________________ ______________________________________, a corporation duly licensed to do business in South Carolina, as Surety, are held and bound unto the ______________________County Probate Court Judge in the sum of __________________ ($________________) Dollars, to be paid to the Probate Court Judges or his/her successors, Probate Court of this County. We jointly and severally bind each of ourselves, our heirs, fiduciaries, and assigns for the entire amount. The principal and the surety consent to the jurisdiction of this Probate Court in any proceeding pertaining to the fiduciary duties of the Personal Representative. THE CONDITION OF THE ABOVE OBLIGATION IS, that if the above bound principal shall faithfully discharge the duties of his/her trust as Fiduciary of the person and/or estate in this matter, according to law, then the above obligation is to be void, else to remain in full force. Executed this______ day of _________________________, 20_________. *Witness Signature: Print Witness Name: Name of Surety Agency: Bonding Company Home Office: Address: Telephone: Principal Signature: Print Principal Name: Principal Address: S.C. Bonding Company Agency: By Attorney in Fact: Print Agency Name: Agency Address: Telephone: *The Personal Representative is not allowed to serve as the witness. FORM #341ES (1/2016) 62-3-604, 62-3-606, 62-5-411, 62-5-412, 62-7-304 American LegalNet, Inc.
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