Decedent Estate Law of the State of New York, Chapter Thirteen of the Consolidated Laws (became a Law February 17, 1909: Chapter 18, Laws of 1909) Together with All Amendments, the Notes of the Board of Statutory Consolidation, Notes of the Original Revisers of the Revised Statutes, the Report of the Commissioners of Statutory Revision on the Originals, and the Full Text of All the Statutes Codified in the Decedent Estate Law, Also, an Introduction, Notes of Judicial Decisions and a Commentary, Historical and Expository, on the Text of the Statutes

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Robert Ludlow Fowler
Baker, Voorhis, 1911 - Executors and administrators - 592 pages
 

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Contents

Seib
55
Deck
64
Jackson ex dem etc v Potter
66
Marshall 67 68 70
67
Miller 69 92 99
69
McBurney
72
Egenberger 421 422
73
Betts
76
Brown
79
Cantwell
80
Backentose
84
Stevens 89 90 91
89
Hoguet
91
Durand Matter of 92
92
Frost Matter
98
Betts
110
Duryea
117
Baskin
119
PAGE
132
72
141
Weatherwax
143
Stanley
146
Lord
149
Hotchkiss 151 157 191
151
Van Riper
152
Ordway 363
156
Robins 170 185
170
Miller 350 357 359 450
171
Cramer Matter of 175 177
175
Varick
176
Central Trust Co v Egleston
189
Beaver Matter of 100 101 102
195
Hubbard
196
Finckney
198
498
200
U S T Co
206
Effect of change of residence since execution of will
209
Application of certain provisions to wills previously made
213
Child born after making of will
215
287
216
Mills
219
Devise or bequest to subscribing witness
222
Bricks Estate Matter of 34 37 38
227
Action by child born after making of will or by sub scribing witness
229
Devise or bequest to child or descendant not to lapse
232
Home for Friend
235
Reception of wills for safe keeping
242
Sealing and indorsing wills received for safe keeping
243
Delivery of wills received for safe keeping
244
Opening wills received by surrogate for safe keeping
245
Revocation and cancellation of written wills
246
Pierson
247
Curtis Matter of 254 255 256
254
Rowe
260
Revocation by marriage and birth of issue
261
Greenbank
262
Will of unmarried woman
265
Bond or agreement to convey property devised or be queathed not a revocation
271
Brown 273 276 280
273
Charge or incunbrance not a revocation
275
Conveyance when not to be deemed a revocation
277
Baptist Missionary
278
Conveyance when to be deemed a revocation
282
Burchard
283
Canceling or revocation of second will not to revive first
285
Record of wills in county clerks office
289
County clerks index of recorded wills
294
Recording will found in another State or foreign county
296
Richter
304
Law Matter of 207 306
306
Brasington
307
Authentication of papers from another State or foreign country for use in this State
310
Validity of purchase notwithstanding devise
316
91
317
Validity and effect of testamentary dispositions
320
Lent
363
Lineal descendants of equal degree
364
Bemond
365
Lineal descendants of unequal degree
367
Hall Matter
368
When father inherits
369
When mother inherits
377
When collateral relatives inherit collateral relatives of equal degree
380
Osborn 381 387
381
Munn
383
Brothers and sisters and their descendants
386
Brothers and sisters of father and mother and their descendants and grandparents
389
Illegitimate children
399
Anderson 26 136 305
400
Russell
402
Relatives of the halfblood
404
Relatives of husband or wife
408
Cases not hereinbefore provided for
410
Posthumous children and relatives
412
Inheritance sole or in common
414
Castle
415
Alienism of ancestor
416
Advancements of real and personal estates
419
Cole 423 426 468
423
How advancement adjusted
427
Distribution of personal property of decedent
429
526
443
Hughes
456
Langan
457
Advancements of personal estates
464
46
465
Jones Matter
468
Estates of married women
472
Liability of heirs and devises for debt of decedent
478
Nolan
479
Liability of heir or devisee not affected where will makes specific provision for payment of debt
483
Action against husband for debts of deceased wife
486
Brady
487
Application of certain sections in this article
488
ARTICLE 4
490
Investment of trust funds by executor or administrator
493
Burns Matter
495
Jones
497
Executors de son tort abolished
499
Mackenzie 323
500
340
501
Burnsee Matter of 124 132 133
504
Special promise to answer for debt of testator or intestate
505
Liability of executors and administrators of executors and administrators
508
Majot Matter of 307 322 324 326
509
Rights of administrators de bonis non
510
Nunan
511
Actions upon contract by and against executors
513
Gall
514
N Y Produce
515
Administrators to have same rights and liabilities as executors
516
Actions of trespass by executors and administrators
518
Malin
519
Actions of trespass against executors and adminis trators
521
Actions for wrongs by or against executors or ad ministrators
524
Cubitt
527
Action or proceeding by executor of executor
528
Appraisal of estate of deceased person
529
McDevitt
530
Laws Repealed When to Take Effect
531
Goelet
532
Ryan
537
dated Decedent Estate Law 534539
541
Lapham Matter
545
Report of Commissioners of Statutory Revision on the original
559
General index
567
Dana y Feedler
572
358
580
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Page 242 - No will in writing, except in the cases hereinafter mentioned, nor any part thereof, shall be revoked, or altered, otherwise than by some other will in writing, or some other writing of the testator, declaring such revocation or alteration, and executed with the same formalities with which the will itself was required by law to be executed...
Page 520 - For wrongs done to the property, rights or interests of another, for which an action might be maintained against the wrong-doer, such action may be brought by the person injured, or after his death, by his executors or administrators...
Page 323 - debts " includes every claim and demand, upon which a judgment for a sum of money, or directing the payment of money, could be recovered in an action; and the word
Page 102 - There shall be at least two attesting witnesses, each of whom shall sign his name as a witness, at the end of the will, at the request of the testator.
Page 212 - ... be entitled to recover the same portion from the devisees and legatees, in proportion to and out of the parts devised and bequeathed to them by such will.
Page 199 - The witnesses to any will, shall write opposite to their names their respective places of residence; and every person who shall sign the testator's name to any will by his direction, shall write his own name as a witness to the will.
Page 195 - Where there is nothing in the context of a will from which it is apparent that a testator has used the words in which he has expressed himself in any other than their strict and primary sense, and where his words so interpreted are sensible with reference to extrinsic circumstances, it is an inflexible rule of construction that the words of the will shall be interpreted in their strict and primary sense, and in no other, although they may be capable of some popular or secondary interpretation...
Page 211 - Whenever a testator shall have a child born after the making of a last will, either in the lifetime or after the death of such testator...
Page 148 - A contingent remainder in fee, may be created on a prior remainder in fee, to take effect in the event that the persons to whom the first remainder is limited, shall die under the age of twenty-one years, or upon any other contingency, by which the estate of such persons may be determined before they attain their full age.
Page 91 - ... part of his or her estate, after the payment of his or her debts, and such devise or bequest shall be valid to the extent of one-half, and no more.

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