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Unformatted text preview: Lease property Vote securities Borrow money Open a bank account for the estate File claims for social security, pension. And other benefits the estate may be entitled to Manage any business the decedent may have owned 3. When would a personal representative have to institute an ancillary jurisdiction to proceed? Would be used when the property of the person is not in the state of probate and the probate has no jurisdiction. 4. What are testamentary letters? Testamentary letters are also called letters of administration that are granted by the probate court giving the authority to act to the representative. 5. What is the purpose of a self-proof affidavit? The purpose is to prevent the need to find those parties who witnessed the signing of the will....
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- Spring '11