Rights of absentee
(1) If property of the absentee has been sold by the personal representative, the absentee has no right, title or interest in or to the property sold, but only to the proceeds realized therefrom or so much thereof as may remain in the possession of the personal representative upon the closing of the estate.
(2) The absentee, for a period of five years after distribution of the estate, has a right to recover from the distributees any of the estate or proceeds of the estate of the absentee that remain in their possession, but there is no right of recovery from purchasers of property sold by the distributees. [1969 c.591 §210]
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