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§ 255. Proceedings on return of citation. Upon the return of such citation properly served, such court shall have the powers in relation to such estates, claims, property and committee, which devolve on courts, by virtue of section twenty-one, in relation to assignments and assignees for benefit of creditors and such assigned estates.

ARTICLE 10
Laws Repealed; When to Take Effect
Section 280. Laws repealed.

281. When to take effect. $ 280. Laws repealed. Of the laws enumerated in the schedule hereto annexed, that portion specified in the last column is hereby repealed.

$ 281. When to take effect. This chapter shall take effect immediately.

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DECEDENT ESTATE LAW

Laws 1909, Chap. 18.

AN ACT relating to estates of deceased persons, constituting

chapter thirteen of the consolidated laws.

Became a law February 17, 1909, with the approval of the Governor. Passed,

three-fifths being present.

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

CHAPTER 13 OF THE CONSOLIDATED LAWS

DECEDENT ESTATE LAW
Article 1. Short title and definitions (S$ 1, 2).

2. Wills (SS 10-48).
3. Descent and distribution (S$ 80–104).
4. Executors, administrators and testamentary trustees

(88 110-122).
5. Laws repealed; when to take effect (8$ 130, 131).

ARTICLE 1

Short Title and Definitions

Section 1. Short title.

2. Definitions.

§ 1. Short title. This chapter shall be known as the “De cedent Estate Law."

§ 2. Definitions. The term “ will," as used in this chapter, shall include all codicils, as well as wills.

ARTICLE 2

Wills

Section 10. Who may devise.

11. What real property may be devised.
12. Who may take real property by devise.
13. Devises of real property to aliens.
14. Wills of real estate, how construed.

Section 15. Who may make wills of personal estate.

16. Unwritten wills of personal property, when allowed. 17. Devise or bequest to certain societies, associations

and corporations. 18. Devise or bequest to certain corporations. 19. Devise or bequest to certain benevolent, charitable

and scientific corporations. 20. *Devise or bequest to certain bar associations and fire

corporations. 21. Manner of execution of will. 22. Witnesses to will to write names and places of

residence. 23. What wills may be proved. 24. Effect of change of residence since execution of will. 25. Application of certain provisions to wills previously

made. 26. Child born after making of will. 27. Devise or bequest to subscribing witness. 28. Action by child born after making of will, or by sub

scribing witness. 29. Devise or bequest to child or descendant not to lapse. 30. Reception of wills for safe keeping. 31. Sealing and indorsing wills received for safe keeping. 32. Delivery of wills received for safe keeping. 33. Opening wills received by surrogate for safe keeping. 34. Revocation and cancellation of written wills. 35. Revocation by marriage and birth of issue. 36. Will of unmarried woman. 37. Bond or agreement to convey property devised or

bequeathed not a revocation. 38. Charge or incumbrance not a revocation. 39. Conveyance, when not to be deemed a revocation. 40. Conveyance, when to be deemed a revocation. 41. Canceling or revocation of second will not to revive

first. 42. Record of wills in county clerk's office. 43. County clerk's index of recorded wills. 44. Recording will proved in another state or foreign

country. (Amended by L. 1909, ch. 240, $ 12.) 45. Authentication of papers from another state or for

eign country for use in this state.
46. Validity of purchase notwithstanding devise.
47. Validity and effect of testamentary dispositions.

48. Application of certain sections in this article. * So in the original.

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