Section 19-3-37

Examination and auditing of account; judgment.

Upon the day so appointed, or any day to which the hearing may be continued, the register or clerk must proceed to examine and audit the account; and upon such auditing, the assignor or any creditor or party in interest, his representative or transferee, may move the register or clerk to charge the trustee with sums other than those with which he has charged himself, or may object to the allowance of any item for which he claims credit; and such matters must be heard and the account stated and passed upon by the register or clerk and distribution made and judgment to creditors as in insolvent estates administered in the court of probate; and after deducting the costs and expenses of administration, including five percent commissions to the trustee on the amount of money with which he is charged, and the allowance of reasonable charges for the preparation of the deed of assignment, and after the discharge of all liens or claims having priority, the register or clerk must enter judgment to each creditor whose claim has been allowed, his proportion of such money, reserving in the hands of the trustee a ratable proportion for such claims as may be then contested and undecided; and if no appeal is taken, as provided in Section 19-3-38, and prosecuted to effect, the register or clerk may issue execution upon such judgments, against the trustee, and the sureties on his bond, if he has given bond. Upon application to the register or clerk by the assignee or any party in interest, such compensation of the assignee may be increased or diminished by the register or clerk for good cause shown.

(Code 1896, §4169; Code 1907, §6071; Code 1923, §10408; Code 1940, T. 58, §25.)