Lord's Oregon Laws; Showing All the Laws of a General Nature in Force in the State of Oregon Volume 1

Lord's Oregon Laws; Showing All the Laws of a General Nature in Force in the State of Oregon Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...jurisdiction in the first instance to grant and revoke letters testamentary; and granting administration out of the order provided in this section. would be erroneous, bu_t not a nullity. The persons entitled to precedence could only take advantage of the error by applying for the appointment within the time sgecified, otherwise they waive their xggshtz amp v. McDaniel, 12 Or. 108, 6 Pac. Under this section, administration on the estate of a deceased intestate inhabitant ot this state can be granted only by the county court of the county oi which such person was an inhabitant at the time of death: Slate's Estate, 40 Or. 352, 68 Pac. 399. A petition by one who alleges himself to be the principal creditor oi s. decedent's estate asking for the appointment of petitioner as administrator oi the estate. and for the removal _nf another creditor who has been nppointcu administrator, is insuificient unless it avers the facts which make him the principal crcditor---a general aileiation to that effect is not suflicient: Ciwic v. Hammer, 25 Or. 472. 36 Pac. 525. An heir appointed administrator by a county court having no jurisdiction because the decedent resided elsewhere, is entitled to be credited Willi all reasonable sums paid out by him in the settlement oi the estate that resulted in a. benefit to it: Slate v. Henkle, 45 Or. 430, 78 Pac. 325. An executor de son tort cannot be allowed the charges of a surety company tor his bond. the appraisers fees. nor his attorney's tees except for service rendered in preserving the estate. He may be allowed the value of his own services rendered in preserving the estate, but nothing as administrator's tees; if this has been paid him it may be rccovered back by the administrator: ...show more

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  • Paperback | 912 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 46mm | 1,592g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236644956
  • 9781236644954