Illinois Statutes Chapter 755. Estates § 5/18-4. Claims not due
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§ 18-4. Claims not due. A claim against a decedent's estate that is not due may be filed and allowed and paid out of the estate as other claims but interest which has been included as a part of the principal obligation, computed from the time of the allowance of the claim to the time when it would have become due, shall be deducted.
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