2006 New York Code - Laws: Surrogate\'s Court Procedure : (1401 - 1424) Probate Proceedings; Construction Of Wills; Right Of Election

Article 14 - PROBATE PROCEEDINGS; CONSTRUCTION OF WILLS; RIGHT OF ELECTION
1401 - Proceeding to compel production of will
1402 - Who may propound will; contents of petition; direction of court
1403 - Persons to be served; content of process
1404 - Witnesses to be examined; proof required
1405 - When court may dispense with testimony of witness
1406 - Proof of will by affidavit of attesting witness out of court
1407 - Proof of lost or destroyed will
1408 - Probate not allowed unless court satisfied
1409 - Notice of probate
1410 - Who may file objections to probate of an alleged will
1411 - Citation upon filing of objections
1412 - Preliminary letters testamentary
1413 - Revocation of letters upon proof of will
1414 - When letters testamentary may be issued
1415 - Supplementary letters, executors not named in letters not to act
1416 - Executor failing to qualify or renounce; how excluded
1417 - Renunciation by nominated executor; retraction thereof
1418 - Letters of administration with will annexed; when and to whom granted
1419 - Process; renunciation or exclusion of persons having prior or equal right
1420 - Proceeding for construction of will; effect of decree
1421 - Election by surviving spouse
1422 - Record of wills; evidence
1423 - Record of wills in former courts of probate; evidence
1424 - Foreign wills; evidence after lapse of time

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