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The guardian who may be entitled to the custody and management of the estate of an insane person or other person adjudged incapable of conducting one's own affairs whose interest in real property has been sold may receive in behalf of that person that person's share of the proceeds of the real property on executing an undertaking, with sufficient sureties and approved by the judge of the court, that the guardian will faithfully discharge the trust reposed in the guardian and will render a true and just account to the person entitled or to the legal representatives of that person.
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