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Closing Estates Under Florida’s Probate Statute

Closing Estates Under Florida’s Probate Statute

 

 

PART IX

CLOSING ESTATES

733.901 Final discharge.

733.903 Subsequent administration.

 

733.901 Final discharge.—

(1) After administration has been completed, the personal representative shall be discharged.

(2) The discharge of the personal representative shall release the personal representative and shall bar any action against the personal representative, as such or individually, and the surety.

 

733.903 Subsequent administration.—The final settlement of an estate and the discharge of the personal representative shall not prevent further administration. The order of discharge may not be revoked based upon the discovery of a will or later will.

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