The District Court may hear evidence for or against any item, and may question fiduciaries,
under oath, about any matter connected with the settlement. Witnesses may be summoned at the instance of either party to give evidence when
the settlement is made, or upon the trial of exceptions thereto, and their attendance
may be coerced as in other cases. All oral evidence shall be electronically recorded and no evidence shall be presumed
to have been heard unless it has been so recorded. No credit shall be allowed a fiduciary for disbursements, fees or services without
legal evidence to justify it.
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