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Sec. 16. Prior to the admission of a will to probate, written objections to its probate alleging that such objections are not made for vexation or delay may be filed in the court having jurisdiction over the probate of the will by any interested person. No notice of the filing of such objection need be given. The clerk shall note such filing of an objection in the estate docket and copy such objections in the will record. If such will is thereafter offered for probate, it shall be impounded by the clerk, copied in the will record, and its probate continued for thirty (30) days. If an action to resist the probate of such will is not commenced within thirty (30) days, such will may be admitted to probate without notice.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Indiana Code Title 29. Probate § 29-1-7-16 - last updated June 08, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/in/title-29-probate/in-code-sect-29-1-7-16/
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