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Entry Appointing Fiduciary Letters Of Authority 4.5 - Ohio

Entry Appointing Fiduciary Letters Of Authority Form. This is a Ohio form and can be used in Estate Probate Franklin County (Court Of Common Pleas) .
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PC-E-4.5 (Rev. 10-2000) PROBATE COURT OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, OHIO ROBERT G. MONTGOMERY,JUDGE LAWRENCE A. BELSKIS, JUDGE ESTATE OF CASE NO. , DECEASED ENTRY APPOINTING FIDUCIARY; LETTERS OF AUTHORITY (For Executors and all Administrators) Name and title of fiduciary On hearing in open court the application of the above fiduciary for authority to administer decedent's estate, the Court finds that: Decedent died [check one of the following] domiciled in [Check one of the following] Bond is dispensed with by the Will Bond is dispensed with by law testate intestate on Applicant has executed and filed an appropriate bond, which is approved by the Court; and Applicant is a suitable and competent person to execute the trust. The Court therefore appoints applicant as such fiduciary, with the power conferred by law to administer fully decedent's estate. This entry of appointment constitutes the fiduciary's letters of authority. Date LAWRENCE A. BELSKIS Robert G. Montgomery, Judge Judge CERTIFICATE OF APPOINTMENT AND INCUMBENCY The above document is a true copy of the original kept by me as custodian of the records of this Court. It constitutes the appointment and letters of authority of the named fiduciary, who is qualified and acting in such capacity. ROBERT G. MONTGOMERY LAWRENCE A. BELSKIS Judge and Ex-Officio Clerk By Date Deputy Clerk FORM 4.5 - ENTRY APPOINTING FIDUCIARY; LETTERS OF AUTHORITY American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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