New Jersey Statutes Title 3B. Administration of Estates Decedents and Others

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  • Chapter 1. General Provisions
  • Chapter 2. General Jurisdiction of Superior and Surrogates' Courts
  • Chapter 3. Wills
  • Chapter 4. Testamentary Additions to Trusts
  • Chapter 5. Intestacy
  • Chapter 6. Uniform Simultaneous Death Law
  • Chapter 7. Effect of Decedent's Intentional Death
  • Chapter 8. Surviving Spouse's Right to an Elective Share
  • Chapter 9. Disclaimers of Transfers by Will, Intestate Succession or Under Powers of Testamentary Appointment
  • Chapter 10. Personal Representatives
  • Chapter 11. Trusts and Trustees
  • Chapter 12. Minors and Incapacitated Persons
  • Chapter 12A. Kinship Legal Guardianship
  • Chapter 12B. New Jersey Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act
  • Chapter 13. Guardianship of Veterans
  • Chapter 13A. Conservators
  • Chapter 14. Fiduciaries
  • Chapter 15. Bonds and Sureties
  • Chapter 16. Inventories
  • Chapter 17. Accounting
  • Chapter 18. Commissions
  • Chapter 19B. Principal and Income
  • Chapter 20. Investments
  • Chapter 21. Transfer of Property Out of State
  • Chapter 22. Creditors of Decedents; ‚ÄČTheir Rights and Remedies
  • Chapter 23. Devises and Distributive Shares
  • Chapter 24. Apportionment of Federal and New Jersey Estate Taxes
  • Chapter 25. Exoneration of Property Subject to Mortgage or Security Interest
  • Chapter 26. Absentees
  • Chapter 27. Five Years' Absence
  • Chapter 28. Dower and Curtesy
  • Chapter 29. Repealer
  • Chapter 30. Uniform Transfer on Death Security Registration Act
  • Chapter 31. Uniform Trust Code

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