Estates of Incompetent Veterans: Hearings Before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs, House of Representatives, Eighty-fifth Congress, First Session, on H.R. 72, a Bill to Amend Section 21 of the World War Veterans Act, 1924, to Provide for the Disposition of Certain Benefits which are Unpaid at the Death of the Intended Beneficiary. July 25 and 30, 1957

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Considers inheritance regulations on incompetent veterans' estates accrued from benefits payments.

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Page 2001 - ... shall file with the court a certificate under oath which shall describe the property owned, both real and personal, and...
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Page 1944 - ... Veterans Administration or other agency of the United States if he be confined pursuant to conviction of any felony or misdemeanor or if he has been acquitted of the charge solely on the ground of insanity, unless prior to transfer the court or other authority originally committing such person shall enter an order for such transfer after appropriate motion and hearing. Any person transferred as provided in this section shall be deemed to be committed to the Veterans Administration or other agency...
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Page 1920 - ... office not less than fifteen days prior to the date fixed for the hearing. Notice of such hearing shall in like manner be given to the guardian.
Page 1912 - ... so received by him, of all disbursements thereof, and showing the balance thereof in his hands at the date of such account and how invested. A certified copy of each of such accounts filed with the court shall be sent by the guardian to the office of the veterans' administration having jurisdiction over the area in which such court is located.
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Page 2019 - Section alleging that a guardian is acting in a fiduciary capacity for more than five wards and requesting his discharge for that reason, the court, upon proof substantiating the petition, shall require a final accounting forthwith from such guardian and shall discharge such guardian in said case. The limitations of this Section shall not apply where the guardian is a Bank or Trust...

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