The judge may authorize the court administrator or any deputy court administrator
to issue orders for hearing petitions for general administration, for the probate
of any will, for determination of descent, for sale, lease, mortgage, or conveyance
of real estate, for the settlement and allowance of any account, for partial or final
distribution, for commitment, orders limiting the time to file claims and fixing the
time and place for the hearing thereon, and to issue notice of the entry of any order. The issuance of any such order or notice by the court administrator or deputy court
administrator shall be prima facie evidence of authority to issue it.
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