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§ 6-1440. Surety requirements on bonds.

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   Where a personal bond is tendered by fiduciary, it shall be accompanied by a justification of surety, which shall include the description (exact, if possible) of the property of the surety, the names of joint owners if any, its value above encumbrances and exemptions, and whether a homestead or not, and if signed by a married woman, the bond must include a “married woman” clause. Whenever any individual is offered as surety on any bond, the court may in its discretion require that the surety make justification in compliance with Neb. Rev. Stat. § 25‑2223.

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