2016 Code of Alabama
Title 43 - WILLS AND DECEDENTS' ESTATES.
Chapter 2 - ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES.
Article 8 - Nonresidents as Executors and Administrators.
Section 43-2-195 - Collection of debts and deposits by nonresident personal representative.
The personal representative of a deceased person, by appointment of a court having jurisdiction in any state other than the state of Alabama, may receive and collect any indebtedness or bank deposit owing to the deceased by any person who is a resident of Alabama, and such personal representative may execute a release, discharge and satisfaction of such indebtedness. Such personal representative, at the time of or before making such collection and satisfaction, release or discharge, shall file for record in the probate office of the county wherein the debtor resides a certified copy of the letters testamentary or of administration issued to such personal representative, certified in accordance with 28 U.S.C.A., §1738, but no such collection shall be made until the lapse of 60 days from the date of the death of the deceased, and no such collection shall be made if proceedings are pending for the grant of letters testamentary or of administration in or have been issued by any court having jurisdiction in Alabama.(Acts 1919, No. 731, p. 1082; Code 1923, §5779; Code 1940, T. 61, §141.)
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