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Montana Title 3. Judiciary, Courts § 3-5-513. Probate records

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The clerk of the district court shall:

(1) keep a book called “Record of Probate Proceedings”, which must contain all the orders and proceedings of the district court sitting in probate matters and must be indexed in the names of the deceased person or ward;

(2) keep a book called “Register of Probate and Guardianship Proceedings”, in which must be entered the name of the estate and the register number with a memorandum of every paper filed and order or proceeding had therein, with the date thereof, and a memorandum of the fees charged.

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