2021 New Hampshire Revised Statutes
Title LVI - Probate Courts and Decedents' Estates
Title 552 - Probate of Wills
Section 552:7 - Proof, Solemn Form; Issues to Court.

Universal Citation: NH Rev Stat § 552:7 (2021)
    552:7 Proof, Solemn Form; Issues to Court. – Any party interested may have the probate of a will which has been proved without notice re-examined, and the will proved in solemn form before the court of probate at any time within 6 months of such probate. Any issue related to the execution of a will, testamentary capacity, or fraud, duress, or undue influence shall be tried to the court of probate, and any party interested may request the same within 6 months of such probate.

Source. RS 157:7. CS 166:7. GS 175:7. GL 194:7. PS 187:7. PL 298:7. RL 351:7. RSA 552:7. 1959, 114:9. 1975, 395:9. 1992, 284:61, eff. Jan. 1, 1993.

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