Illinois Statutes Chapter 755. Estates § 5/6-16. Power of administrator with the will annexed
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§ 6-16. Power of administrator with the will annexed. Unless otherwise expressly provided by the will, an administrator with the will annexed has all the powers and duties of the executor under the will, but this does not excuse the administrator from giving security on his bond.
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