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After stating such account, the court must issue citation to such executor or administrator or, if dead, to his personal representative or, in case of his removal from the state, to his sureties to appear on a day therein named and to file his account and vouchers for settlement, or that the account so stated will be passed, which must be served on him, or, if dead, on his personal representative or, in case of his removal from the state, his sureties at least 10 days before the day named therein; and must also give notice of such settlement by publication, as in case of final settlements voluntarily made by executors or administrators; and if, on the day named, such executor or administrator or, if dead, his personal representative or, in case of his removal from the state, his sureties fail to appear and file his accounts and vouchers for settlement, as required by law, the court must proceed to examine the account, audit and, if necessary, restate the same.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alabama Code Title 43. Wills and Decedents' Estates § 43-2-556 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/al/title-43-wills-and-decedents-estates/al-code-sect-43-2-556/
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