(a) All aliens shall be capable of taking, by deed or will, lands and tenements in fee simple, or other less estate, and of holding, aliening, and devising them.
(b) Upon the death of any alien having title by purchase or descent, according to this section, to any lands or tenements, the lands and tenements shall descend and pass as if the alien were a citizen of the United States.
(c) It shall be no objection to the husband, widow, or kindred of an alien, or any citizen deceased, taking lands and tenements by virtue of the laws of this state regulating the distribution of estates of intestates, that they are aliens.
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