The Law and Practice of Probate Courts in the State of Michigan; Including the Entire Probate Statutes, Reprinted and Rearranged, with Notes Under Each Section Showing the Practice and Decisions of the Courts in Connection with the Same.

The Law and Practice of Probate Courts in the State of Michigan; Including the Entire Probate Statutes, Reprinted and Rearranged, with Notes Under Each Section Showing the Practice and Decisions of the Courts in Connection with the Same.

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1876 edition. Excerpt: ...of creditors and other persons as if the same had been executed to such deceased person immediately previous to his death, or the executor or administrator may assign the certificate of purchase, and the deed may issue to the assignee thereof, and in like cases which have heretofore occurred, the same rule shallapply, and all deeds heretofore issued in the name of any deceased person who, if living at the time of the execution thereof, would have been entitled thereto, shall have like efiect as above provided. ASSIGNMENT, DISTRIBUTION, AND PARTI-TION OF ESTATES. 1412 (-1495.) SECTION 1. Before any partition or division of any estate among the heirs, devisees, or legatees, an allowance shall be made for the necessary expenses of the support of the children of the deceased, under seven years of age; and the probate court may order the executor or administrator to retain in his hands sufiicient estate for that purpose; except where some provisions shall have been made by will for their support. The amount of the allowance for the support of the children under seven years of age, must be determined by all the circumstances of each case. For manner of taxing undivided real and personal estate of deceased persons, see O. L. 362. 1412 (4-196.) SEO. 2. After the payment of the debts, funeral charges, and expenses of administration, and after the allowances made for the expense of the maintenance of the family of the deceased, and for the support of the children under seven years of age, and after the assignment to the widow of her dower and of her share in the personal estate, or when sufficient efiects shall be reserved in the hands of the executor or administrator for the above purposes, the probate court shall, by a decree for that purpose, ..show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 318g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236973305
  • 9781236973306