(a) Subject to the exception in subsection (b), any personal representative, including
a domiciliary personal representative, who is granted ancillary letters of administration
in this State must satisfy the bond requirements prescribed in Article 8 of this Chapter.
(b) Where a citizen or subject of a foreign country, or of any other state or territory
of the United States, by will sufficient according to the laws of this State, and
duly probated and recorded in the proper county, devises to that person's executor,
with power to sell and convey, real property situated in this State in trust for a
person named in the will, the power being vested in the executor as such trustee,
the executor may execute the power without giving bond in this State.
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