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Florida Statutes Title XLII. Estates and Trusts § 733.302. Who may be appointed personal representative

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Subject to the limitations in this part, any person who is sui juris and is a resident of Florida at the time of the death of the person whose estate is to be administered is qualified to act as personal representative in Florida.

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