The probate court shall carefully examine each return of a personal representative
and its vouchers; and if the court finds it correct and no objection is filed within
30 days of the time it is filed and mailed to the heirs or beneficiaries, the court
shall allow the return to be recorded, together with the original or copy vouchers
attached. The return and copy vouchers shall be kept on file in the probate court. If the original vouchers are filed without copies, they shall when recorded be returned
to the personal representative on demand. The return thus allowed and recorded shall be prima-facie evidence in favor of the
personal representative of its correctness.
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