New York Consolidated Laws, Estates, Powers and Trusts Law - EPT § 5-3.4 Action in supreme court by child born after execution of will, by surviving spouse upon revocation of will by marriage or by subscribing witness with interest under will




In the event that the administration of a decedent's estate in the surrogate's court has been completed and the estate distributed, an action may be maintained in the supreme court by an after-born child under 5-3.2, a surviving spouse under 5-1.3 or an attesting witness under 3-3.2 to enforce rights under such sections against testamentary beneficiaries or distributees, as the case may be.





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