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ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES OF DECEDENTS
Chapter I. Administration of Estates of Decedents. §§ 300-362
Jurisdiction. §§ 300-303
Probate of Wills. §§ 320-332
Lost or Destroyed Wills. §§ 350-352
Chapter II. Contest of Wills. §§ 370-385
Contests Before Probate. §§ 370-374
Chapter III. Appointment of Executors and of Administrators with the Will
IV. Article I. II.
Appointment of Administrators. §§ 420-453
Chapter V. Special Administrators. §§ 460-468
VI. Letters, Generally, and Changes in Administration. §§ 480-526 Article I. Banks and Trust Companies. §§ 480-481 Form of Letters. §§ 500-502
III. Disability and Substitution. §§ 510-512
IV. Resignation, Suspension, and Removal. §§ 520-526
Oaths and Bonds. §§ 540-554
VIII. Powers and Duties of Executors and Administrators. §§ 570-588
IX. Inventory and Appraisement. §§ 600-615
X. Disposition of Estates Without Administration. §§ 630-650 Article I. Transfer of Personal Property Not Exceeding $300 in Value.
III. Chapter XI. Article I. II. Chapter XII. Article I. II. Chapter XIII. Article I.
III. Sale of Real Property. §§ 780-793
IV. Sale of Contract to Purchase. §§ 800-802
Chapter XIV. Notes, Mortgages, Leases, Conveyances, and Exchanges.
Setting Aside Estates Not Exceeding $500 in Value. §§ 640-646
Homestead and Exempt Property. §§ 660-668
Rules as to Payment of Claims. §§ 730-739
Sales in General. §§ 750-761
Sale of Personal Property. §§ 770-774
Borrowing Money and Mortgaging Property. §§ 830-834
III. Conveyance to Complete Contract. §§ 850-853
Attorneys' Fees. §§ 910-911
III. Rendering of Exhibits and Accounts. §§ 920-932
IV. Payment of Debts, Expenses, and Charges. §§ 950-956
Chapter XVI. Distribution and Discharge. §§ 1000-1067
Ratable Distribution. §§ 1010-1013
Estates of Nonresidents. §§ 1040-1042
V. Advancements and Ademptions. §§ 1050-1054
Determination of Heirship. §§ 1080-1082
Partition Before Distribution. §§ 1100-1106
Establishing Fact of Death or Heirship. §§ 1190-1195
Establishing Fact of Death. §§ 1193-1195
Orders. §§ 1220-1222
Rules of Procedure. §§ 1230-1233
II. Chapter XXI.
IV. Appeals. § 1240
GUARDIAN AND WARD
Chapter I. The Relationship, and Rules Governing Its Creation. §§ 1400-1411 When Guardianship Not Necessary. §§ 1430-1433
III. Appointment of Guardians for Minors. §§ 1440-1442
IV. Appointment of Guardians for Insane or Incompetent Persons.
Restoration to Capacity. §§ 1470-1472
VI. Oaths, Bonds, and Letters. §§ 1480-1487
VII. Powers and Duties. §§ 1500-1515
VIII. Sales, Mortgages, Leases, and Conveyances. §§ 1530-1539
IX. Inventory and Accounting. §§ 1550-1557
Nonresident Wards. §§ 1570-1574
XI. Suspension, Removal, and Resignation. §§ 1580-1582
XII. Termination of Guardianship. §§ 1590-1593
XIII. Notices and Procedure. §§ 1600-1607
Table of Sections of Probate Code affected by the Sixth (Special) Session, Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth Guam Legislature.
THE PROBATE CODE OF GUAM
There is hereby enacted a new Probate Code
The Probate Code of the Territory of Guam
§ 1. Title and divisions of this Code.
§ 3. Saving clause.
§ 1. Title and divisions of this Code. This Code shall be known as the Probate Code and is composed of four divisions as follows:
Administration of Estates of Decedents.
IV. Guardian and Ward. [Enacted 1953.]
§ 2. Construction. The provisions of this Code, so far as they are substantially the same as existing laws, must be construed as continuations thereof, and not as new enactments. [Enacted 1953.]
§ 3. Saving clause. No action or proceeding commenced before this Code takes effect, and no right accrued, is affected by its provisions, but the proceedings therein must conform to the requirements of this Code as far as applicable.
Chapter I. Who May Make and Take by a Will.
Execution of Wills.
Revocation of Wills.
Kindred Not Mentioned in Will, Who Share in Estate.
VI. Effect of Certain Provisions.
Conditions and Remainders.
VIII. Legacies and Interest.
§ 20. Who may make will.
§ 21. Community property.
Who May Make and Take by a Will
Validity of foreign will.
Who may take by will.
§ 25. Effect of codicil.
§ 28. Vesting of testamentary dispositions.
§ 29. Plural devisee.
20. Who may make will. Every person of sound mind, over the age of eighteen (18) years, may dispose of his or her separate property, real and personal, by will. [Enacted 1953.]
§ 21. Community property. The extent to which community property may be disposed of by will is provided in Chapter I of Division II of this Code. [Enacted 1953.]
§ 22. Duress. A will or part of a will procured to be made by duress, menace, fraud, or undue influence, may be denied probate; and a revocation procured by the same means may be declared void. [Enacted 1953.]