(1) The name, occupation, place of residence and place of business of the debtor;
(2) A full and true account of all creditors of the debtor, stating the last-known place of residence of each, if known, or if unknown, the fact to be stated; the sum owing to each, with the true cause and consideration thereof; and a full statement of any existing security for the payment of the same;
(3) A full and true inventory of all the debtor's estate at the date of the assignment, both real and personal, in law and in equity, with the liens and encumbrances existing thereon. The trustee shall verify the schedule so made by him to the effect that the same is in all respects just and true to the best of his knowledge and belief, and shall state the sources of his information and the grounds of his belief. The trustee shall at the same time file a duplicate of the said schedule with the fiduciary commissioner to whom the estate has been referred. In case said trustee shall be unable to make and file such schedule, within ten days, the fiduciary commissioner may, upon application under oath, showing such inability, allow him such further time as shall be necessary, not exceeding thirty days. If the trustee fails to make and file such schedule within said ten days or such further time as may be allowed, the fiduciary commissioner shall require, by order, the trustee forthwith to appear before him, and show cause why he should not be removed, and, if good cause be not shown, such trustee shall be removed and a meeting of the creditors shall be called by the fiduciary commissioner, at which meeting a substitute trustee shall be elected. Any person interested in the trust estate may apply for such order and demand such removal.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2012 1st Special Session