WVC 44 - 5 - 8
§44-5-8. How transfer of securities to successor compelled.
When any securities for money loaned or invested, or any
money, or property of any kind or nature, shall be standing in
the name of any fiduciary who shall have died or resigned, or
whose powers shall have been revoked, and such fiduciary or his
personal representative shall not have transferred such
securities, money or property to his successor, the circuit court
of the county, or the judge thereof in vacation, in which such
fiduciary shall have qualified, upon the petition of such
successor, or of any other person interested, may direct such
securities, money or property to be transferred to such
successor, and may direct the dividends, interest, income, or
proceeds of such securities, money or property to be received or
paid in such manner as such court shall think proper.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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