2017 Revised Code of Washington
Title 11 - PROBATE AND TRUST LAW
11.42 Settlement of creditor claims for estates passing without probate.
- 11.42.010 Notice agent—Qualifications.
- 11.42.020 Notice to creditors—Manner—Filings—Publication.
- 11.42.030 Notice to creditors—Form.
- 11.42.040 "Reasonably ascertainable" creditor—Definition—Reasonable diligence—Presumptions—Petition for order.
- 11.42.050 Claims against decedent—Time limits.
- 11.42.060 Claims involving liability or casualty insurance—Limitations—Exceptions to time limits.
- 11.42.070 Claims—Form—Manner of presentation—Waiver of defects.
- 11.42.080 Claims—Duty to allow or reject—Notice of petition to allow—Attorneys' fees.
- 11.42.085 Property liable for claims—Payment limits.
- 11.42.090 Allowance of claims—Notice—Payment order.
- 11.42.100 Rejection of claim—Time limits—Notice—Time limit for suit—Compromise of claim.
- 11.42.110 Effect of judgment against notice agent.
- 11.42.120 Execution barred upon decedent's death—Presentation—Sale of property.
- 11.42.125 Secured claim—Creditor's right.
- 11.42.130 Claim of notice agent or beneficiary—Payment.
- 11.42.140 Notice to creditors when notice agent resigns, dies, or is removed—Limit tolled by vacancy.
- 11.42.150 Appointment of personal representative—Cessation of notice agent powers and authority—Notice not affected—Personal representative's powers—Petition for reimbursement for allowance and payment of claims by notice agent.
- 11.42.900 Construction—Chapter applicable to state registered domestic partnerships—2009 c 521.
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