Powers of probate court
(1) The general legal and equitable powers of a circuit court apply to a probate court.
(2) The same validity, finality and presumption of regularity shall be accorded to the determinations, orders and judgments of a probate court as to those of a circuit court.
(3) A probate court has full, legal and equitable powers to make declaratory judgments, as provided in ORS 28.010 (Power of courts) to 28.160 (Short title), in all matters involved in the administration of an estate, including matters pertaining to the title of real property and ownership of personal property, the determination of heirship and the distribution of the estate. [1969 c.591 §6; 1979 c.284 §102; 2016 c.42 §13]
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