(1) The venue for a proceeding seeking the appointment of a personal representative and for a proceeding to probate a will is:
(a) In the county where the decedent had a domicile or where the decedent had a place of abode at the time of death;
(b) In any county where property of the decedent was located at the time of death or is located at the time the proceeding is commenced; or
(c) In the county in which the decedent died.
(2) Filing a proceeding in a county other than specified in subsection (1) of this section does not constitute a jurisdictional defect. [1969 c.591 §81]
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