Vermont Statutes Title 14. Decedents' Estates and Fiduciary Relations, § 1455. Heir may not sue until share assigned

When an executor or administrator is appointed and assumes the trust, an action of ejectment or other action to recover the seisin or possession of lands, or for damage done to the lands, shall not be maintained by an heir or devisee until there is a decree of the Probate Division of the Superior Court assigning the lands to the heir or devisee, or the time allowed for paying debts has expired, unless the executor or administrator surrenders the possession to the heir or devisee.


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