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The property of a partnership dissolved by the death of any of its members shall be delivered to the surviving partner who may be disposed to undertake the management of it agreeably to the conditions of a bond which such partner shall give as provided by law. Upon the giving of such bond such partner shall with due diligence: (a) Close the affairs of the late partnership; (b) apply the property of it toward the payment of the partnership debts; (c) render an account of all partnership affairs upon oath to the district court, whenever required by the court, including the property owned by the late firm and the debts due thereto, as well as what may have been paid by the survivor toward the partnership debts and what may still be due and owing; and (d) within six months from the date of death of the deceased partner, unless a longer time is allowed by the district court, pay to the executor or administrator the executor's or administrator's proportion of the net proceeds of the partnership estate.
Variances from the terms of the zoning ordinances shall be granted only when, because of special circumstances applicable to the property, including size, shape, topography, location or surroundings, the strict application of the zoning ordinance deprives such property of privileges enjoyed by other property in the vicinity and under identical zoning classification.
Any variance granted shall be subject to such conditions as will assure that the adjustment thereby authorized shall not constitute a grant of special privileges inconsistent with the limitations upon other properties in the vicinity and zone in which such property is situated.
A variance shall not be granted for a parcel of property which authorizes a use or activity which is not otherwise expressly authorized by the zone regulation governing the parcel of property. The provisions of this section shall not apply to conditional use permits.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Kansas Statutes Chapter 59. Probate Code § 59-1001. Management; bond - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ks/chapter-59-probate-code/ks-st-sect-59-1001/
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