(1) The conversion of money or property or the proceeds of property, devised to one
(1) of the testator's heirs, into other property or thing, with or without the assent
of the testator, shall not be an ademption of the legacy or devise unless the testator
so intended; but the devisee shall have and receive the value of such devise, unless
a contrary intention on the part of the testator appears from the will, or by parol
or other evidence.
(2) The removal of property devised shall not operate as an ademption, unless a contrary
intention on the part of the testator is manifested in like manner.
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