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Texas Estates Code - EST § 452.002. Application for Appointment

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(a)?A person may file with the court clerk a written application for the appointment of a temporary administrator of a decedent's estate under this subchapter.

(b)?The application must:

(1)?be verified;

(2)?include the information required by:

(A)?Sections 256.052, 256.053, and 256.054, if the decedent died testate; ?or

(B)?Section 301.052, if the decedent died intestate; ?and

(3)?include an affidavit that:

(A)?states the name, address, and interest of the applicant;

(B)?states the facts showing an immediate necessity for the appointment of a temporary administrator;

(C)?lists the requested powers and duties of the temporary administrator;

(D)?states that the applicant is entitled to letters of temporary administration and is not disqualified by law from serving as a temporary administrator; ?and

(E)?describes the property that the applicant believes to be in the decedent's estate.

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