Section 2117.13 | Claims rejected on requisition of heir, devisee, or creditor.
If a devisee, legatee, heir, creditor, or other interested party files in the probate court a written requisition on the executor or administrator to reject a claim presented for allowance against the estate the executor or administrator represents, whether the claim has been allowed or not, but which claim has not been paid in full, and enters into a sufficient bond running to the executor or administrator, the amount, terms, and surety of which are to be approved by the probate judge, the claim shall be rejected by the executor or administrator. The notice of rejection shall inform the claimant of the filing of the requisition and of the name of the party filing the same. The condition of the bond shall be to pay all costs and expenses of contesting the claim, including any reasonable fee that the court allows to the attorney for the executor or administrator, in case the claim finally is allowed in whole, and if the claim is allowed only in part, to pay that part of the expenses that the court may determine, including any reasonable fee that the court may allow to the attorney for the executor or administrator.
Available Versions of this Section
- January 13, 2012 – Senate Bill 124, 129th General Assembly [ View January 13, 2012 Version ]