Wisconsin Statutes of 1898 Enacted at the Adjourned Session of the Legislature Commencing August 17, 1897, and Approved August 20, 1897; In Effect Sep

Wisconsin Statutes of 1898 Enacted at the Adjourned Session of the Legislature Commencing August 17, 1897, and Approved August 20, 1897; In Effect Sep

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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. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ...9, ch. 69, R. S. 1849; sec. 9, ch. 100, R. S. 58. See note to sec. 3825. It cannot be held, without doing violence to the statute, that oral examination, though unauthorized, is not appealable, because it could not have been intended that such proceedings in aid of administration could be arreste by appeal. The court granted a mandamus for the dismissal the act of reducing the testimony to writing, of an appeal taken to the circuit court: Palmer as_the examination proceeds, is in conformity with the requirement. But an order for an v. Peck, 90 Mich. 1. Accounting by stranger. SECTION 3827. The county court, upon the complaint on oath of any executor or administrator, may cite any plerson who shall have been intrusted by such executor or administrator wit any part of the estate of a deceased person to appear before such court, and may require such person to render a full account, on oath, of any money, goods, chattels, bonds, accounts or other papers belonging to such estate whic shall have come to his possession in trust for such executor or administrator, and of his proceedings thereon. If the person so cited shall refuse to appear and render such account the court may proceed against him as provided in the preceding section. Compounding claim. SECTION 3828. When any debtor of a deceased person shall be unable to pay all his debts the executor or administrator, with the approval of the county court, may compound with such debtor and give him a discharge upon receiving a fair and just dividend of his effects. Sec. 11, ch. 69, R. S. 1849; sec. 11, ch. 100, R. S. that its object was not to confer powers which 1858. executors and administrators did not other It has been observed of a similar statute wise possess, but to aflord them...show more

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