When the property of the assignor is situated in different counties, the public administrator of any county wherein a portion of such property is situated, first petitioning, shall be entitled to be appointed receiver as aforesaid, but the court thereafter on the petition of any creditor or public administrator, and on the facts being shown to its satisfaction, shall vacate such appointment and shall appoint as receiver the public administrator of the county wherein the greater part of the assignor’s property is situated.

Terms Used In North Dakota Code 32-26-03