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testacy

[tes-tuh-see] /ˈtɛs tə si/
noun
1.
the state of being testate.
Origin
1860-1865
1860-65; test(ate) + -acy
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  • Informal probate is conclusive as to all persons until superseded by an order in a formal testacy proceeding.
  • Publication shall also be required in all formal testacy and appointment proceedings.
  • The limitations period in which an individual may initiate a testacy proceeding is typically three years.
  • No informal probate or appointment proceeding or formal testacy or appointment proceeding.

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