Any sale or encumbrance to the personal representative, the personal representative's
spouse or reciprocal beneficiary, agent, or attorney, or any corporation or trust
in which the personal representative has a substantial beneficial interest, or any
transaction which is affected by a substantial conflict of interest on the part of
the personal representative, is voidable by any person interested in the estate except
one who has consented after fair disclosure, unless:
(1) The will or a contract entered into by the decedent expressly authorized the transaction;
(2) The transaction is approved by the court after notice to interested persons.
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