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§41-1-1 Who may make will and as to what property.
§41-1-2 Who may not make will.
§41-1-3 Must be in writing; witnesses.
§41-1-4 Execution of power of appointment.
§41-1-5 Wills of personal estate by soldiers, sailors or nonresidents.
§41-1-6 Revocation by divorce; no revocation by other changes of circumstances.
§41-1-7 Revocation generally.
§41-1-8 Revival after revocation.
§41-1-9 Effect of subsequent conveyance.
§41-1-10 On what wills chapter operates; when re-executed wills deemed to be made.
§41-2-1 Competency of witnesses who are beneficiaries.
§41-2-2 Creditors may be witnesses.
§41-2-3 Executor may be witness.
§41-3-1 When will takes effect.
§41-3-2 When advancement deemed satisfaction of devise or bequest.
§41-3-3 Death of devisee or legatee before testator.
§41-3-4 Failure or invalidity of devise or bequest.
§41-3-5 Construction of devises in general terms.
§41-3-6 Operation of devise or bequest as exercise of power of appointment.
§41-3-7 Courts of equity may construe wills.
§41-3-8 Testamentary additions to trusts.
§41-3-9 Effect on existing wills.
§41-3-10 Uniformity of application and construction.
§41-3-11 Short title.
§41-4-1 Where no child living when will made.
§41-4-2 Where child living when will made.
§41-5-1 Custodian of will to deliver same to clerk of county court or executor; liability for neglect.
§41-5-2 Clerk to notify executor and beneficiaries, and to keep will safe in his office.
§41-5-3 Compelling production of will and offer of probate.
§41-5-4 Place of probate.
§41-5-5 Procedure for probate in solemn form.
§41-5-6 Hearing and decision.
§41-5-7 Appeal from probate order — When to be taken; procedure.
§41-5-8 Appeal from probate order — Other testamentary papers to be produced; jury trial if desired.
§41-5-9 Order as bar to suit in equity.
§41-5-10 Ex parte procedure to probate; appeal.
§41-5-11 Impeachment or establishment of will — By person who was not party to prior proceeding; trial by jury.
§41-5-12 Impeachment or establishment in court — By person under disability or nonresident.
§41-5-13 Probate of foreign will.
§41-5-14 When depositions admissible.
§41-5-15 Proof of will while testator living.
§41-5-16 Statements of particulars in will contests.
§41-5-17 Probated wills to be recorded and indexed.
§41-5-18 Recording in other counties; duty of personal representative or devisee.
§41-5-19 Title of bona fide purchasers of real estate from heirs.
§41-5-20 Title to real estate devised by wills; rights of devisees and bona fide purchasers.