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Sec. 23. The following records of proceedings under this article shall be maintained in addition to other records as the court having probate jurisdiction shall provide for:
(1) An index in which estates of deceased persons shall be indexed under the name of the decedent, and those pertaining to guardianships under the name of the protected person. After the name of each shall be shown the docket number and page wherein entries pertaining to such decedent's or ward's estate appear.
(2) Decedent's and guardianship estate dockets, in which shall be listed in chronological order under the name of the decedent or protected person, all documents filed or issued and all orders, judgments, and decrees made pertaining to the estate, the date, and a reference to the volume and page of any other book in which any record shall have been made of such document.
(3) A record of wills, properly indexed, in which shall be recorded all wills admitted to probate and a record of the testimony of a witness examined, subscribed by the witness and attested by the clerk with the clerk's signature and seal of office. The will with the testimony and attestation to be certified by the clerk to be a complete record.
(4) An order book, in which shall be entered all proceedings with respect to the estate in conformity with the law pertaining to order books of circuit courts of this state and with the rules of the court.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Indiana Code Title 29. Probate § 29-1-1-23 - last updated June 08, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/in/title-29-probate/in-code-sect-29-1-1-23.html
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