(a) If an order made under Section 9837 authorizes a compromise or settlement that requires the transfer of real property
of the estate, the personal representative shall execute a conveyance of the real
property to the person entitled thereto under the compromise or settlement. The conveyance shall refer to the order authorizing the compromise or settlement
and directing that the conveyance be executed. A certified copy of the order shall be recorded in the office of the county recorder
in each county in which any portion of the real property is located.
(b) A conveyance made in compliance with the court order authorizing the compromise
or settlement and directing the conveyance to be executed vests in the person to whom
the property is transferred both of the following:
(1) All the right, title, and interest which the decedent had in the property at the
time of the decedent's death.
(2) Any other or additional right, title, or interest in the property acquired by
the estate of the decedent, by operation of law or otherwise, prior to the transfer.
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