Administration Bond under section 34 of the Guardians and Wards Act 1890

Administration Bond under section 34 of the Guardians and Wards Act 1890

Know all men by these presents I, AB of, etc. (guardian), am held and firmly bound to CD, the Civil Judge, etc., in the sum of Rs. ………… of lawful and good money to be paid to the said CD or to his successors in office, for which payment to be faithfully and truly made we, EF, of, etc., and GH, of etc. (sureties), are hereby also jointly and severally held and firmly bound to the said CD in the said sum of Rs. ………… and further I, the above-bound AB and we, the above-bound EF and GH, bind ourselves and each of us, jointly and severally, and also our respective heirs, executors, administrators or assigns firmly by these presents.

Sealed with our seals this …………… day of …………………

Whereas by an order of the Court of the Civil Judge, etc., made on the ………… of …………, under the Guardians and Wards Act, the above-named AB has been appointed certificated guardian of the property of IJ, minor son of KL, subject to furnishing security to the satisfaction of the court as provided therein and whereas the said EF and GH have been approved of as sureties by the court subject to their executing a bond jointly with the said AB as herein contained to which they both have agreed: Now the condition of this bond or obligation is such that, if the said AB does and shall justly and truly account for, whenever called upon to do so, for what he may have received in respect of the property, assets and credits of the said minor and otherwise act according to and observe and perform all orders and directions of the court and in all matters and things conduct himself properly, then and in such an event the above-written bond or obligation shall be void and of no effect, otherwise the same shall remain in full force and virtue.

Signed, sealed and delivered                                                                               AB