The court before appointing a receiver shall give at least thirty (30) days' notice
by publication in one or more newspaper published in the state, in the manner provided
for petitions for appointment of administrators, and by mailing a copy of the notice
to the last known address of the absentee. This notice shall be addressed to the absentee and to all persons who claim an interest
in the property, and to all whom it may concern, citing them to appear at a time and
place named and show cause why a receiver of the property of the absentee should not
be appointed. The court may order other and further notice to be given within or outside the state.
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