Establishing foreign wills
(1) The written will of a testator who died domiciled outside this state, which upon probate may operate upon property in this state, may be admitted to probate upon petition, by filing a certified copy of the will and a certified copy of the order admitting the will to probate or evidencing its establishment in the jurisdiction where the testator died domiciled.
(2) A will offered for probate under this section may be contested for a cause that would be grounds for rejection of a will of a testator who died domiciled in this state. [1969 c.591 §86; 2017 c.169 §49]
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