1. Except as provided in subdivision 2 a temporary administrator of an internee's property must annually within 30 days after the anniversary of his or her appointment, as long as any of the internee's property or of the proceeds thereof remains under his or her control, file in the court an account in similar manner and form as provided in 1719 and the same shall be verified and examined as provided in 1720 and 1721.
2. Where the temporary administrator omits to file an account as required under subdivision 1 or where it appears that the account is defective, proceedings may be taken as prescribed in 1722.
3. When an internee or another duly appointed representative appears and claims his or her property the temporary administrator shall account for, deliver and pay over the remainder thereof, after making such deductions as are allowable by law.
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