Texas Laws - Probate Code (Table of Contents) Sec. 358. Penalty For Neglect. Should The Representative Of An Estate Neglect To Comply With The Preceding Section, Or To File The Deed Of Trust Securing Such Lien In The Proper County, He and The Sureties On His Bond Shall, After Complaint and Citation, Be Held Liable For The Use Of The Estate, For All Damages Resulting From Such Neglect, Which Damages May Be Recovered In Any Court Of Competent Jurisdiction, and He May Be Removed By The Court.
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Sec. 358. PENALTY FOR NEGLECT. Should the representative of an estate neglect to comply with the preceding Section, or to file the deed of trust securing such lien in the proper county, he and the sureties on his bond shall, after complaint and citation, be held liable for the use of the estate, for all damages resulting from such neglect, which damages may be recovered in any court of competent jurisdiction, and he may be removed by the court.
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