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Chio, Laws, statutes, etc. Probate law.

The Complete Law
and Practice

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IN THE

Probate Courts of Ohio

INCLUDING THE

Administration and Settlement of Estates of Deceased Persons-Including the
Inheritance Tax and Administration of Estates by Trust Companies-The
Guardianship of Infants, Imbeciles and Drunkards-The Assignments for
Benefit of Creditors-The Law Relating to the Execution, Construction
and Probate of Wills-The Statutes of Descent and Distribution-
Dower-Trustees-Appropriation of Property-Adoption of Child-
ren-Juvenile Court Proceedings-Mothers' Pensions-Road and
Ditch Appeals-Appeals in Condemnation of Road Material-
Appeals in Allowance of Sheep Claims-Franchises-Proceed-
ings in Aid of Execution Habeas Corpus-Contempt
and other Miscellaneous Matters (other than Criminal)
Within the Jurisdiction of the Probate Court.

WITH

COMPLETE AND PRACTICAL FORMS

BY

WILLIAM M. ROCKEL,

Mahlor

(of the Springfield Bar, late Probate Judge of Clark County), former
Judge of Circuit Court, Second Judicial District

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1902

COPYRIGHT BY

THE W. H. ANDERSON CO.

1911

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THE W. H. ANDERSON CO.

1912

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THE W. H. ANDERSON CO.

1922

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THE W. H. ANDERSON CO.

APR 6 1922

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§ 1118. Introductory, definition, etc.

A will may be designated as a foreign will under several different conditions. First, it may be foreign, merely because the testator's domicile was in another State or country; second, it may be foreign because it was probated in another State; third, it may be foreign because it was probated in a country outside of the United States. Generally used, however, a foreign will is a will executed in another State or country by a testator there domiciled, and there, upon the death of such testator, admitted to probate, and subsequently offered for record in this State. A question might occur whether or not a will executed according to the laws of our State, but made by a person who lived and died in another State or country, could be offered for original probate in this State, or must the will be first probated in the place of the tes

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