2018 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 45 - Uniform Probate Code
Article 4 - Foreign Personal Representatives; Ancillary Administration
Section 45-4-207 - Ancillary and other local administrations; provisions governing.

Universal Citation: NM Stat § 45-4-207 (2018)
45-4-207. Ancillary and other local administrations; provisions governing.

A. Upon the filing of an authenticated copy of the will, if any, and an authenticated copy of the domiciliary letters with the court, a foreign personal representative may be granted ancillary letters of administration in formal proceedings in the same manner as provided in Section 3-414 [45-3-414 NMSA 1978] and subject to any bond requirement as provided in Sections 3-603 and 3-604 [45-3-603 and 45-3-604 NMSA 1978].

B. In respect to a nonresident decedent, the provisions of Sections 3-101 through 3-1204 [45-3-101 to 45-3-1204 NMSA 1978] govern:

(1) proceedings, if any, in a court of New Mexico for probate of the will, appointment, removal, supervision and discharge of the local personal representative, and any other order concerning the estate; and

(2) the status, powers and duties and liabilities of any local personal representative and the rights of claimants, purchasers, distributees and others in regard to a local administration.

History: 1953 Comp., § 32A-4-207, enacted by Laws 1975, ch. 257, § 4-207.


Official comments.See Commissioners on Uniform State Law official comment to 4-207 UPC.

Am. Jur. 2d, A.L.R. and C.J.S. references. — 34 C.J.S. Executors and Administrators § 998.

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