The personal representative must give notice of the appointment, stating the name of the deceased, the day on which letters were granted, by what court, stating the county and notifying all persons having claims against the estate to present the same within the time allowed by law or that the same will be barred. The notice of appointment,
(1) For actual notice as required in section 43-2-61(1) , must be given as soon as practicable after a creditor's identification is known; and
(2) For publication notice as required in section 43-2-61(2) , must be given within thirty days from grant of letters.
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