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Statutes > California > Prob > 7050-7052

PROBATE CODE
SECTION 7050-7052



7050.  The superior court has jurisdiction of proceedings under this
code concerning the administration of the decedent's estate.



7051.  If the decedent was domiciled in this state at the time of
death, the proper county for proceedings concerning administration of
the decedent's estate is the county in which the decedent was
domiciled, regardless of where the decedent died.




7052.  If the decedent was not domiciled in this state at the time
of death, the proper county for proceedings under this code
concerning the administration of the decedent's estate is one of the
following:
   (a) If property of the nondomiciliary decedent is located in the
county in which the nondomiciliary decedent died, the county in which
the nondomiciliary decedent died.
   (b) If no property of the nondomiciliary decedent is located in
the county in which the nondomiciliary decedent died or if the
nondomiciliary decedent did not die in this state, any county in
which property of the nondomiciliary decedent is located, regardless
of where the nondomiciliary decedent died. If property of the
nondomiciliary decedent is located in more than one county, the
proper county is the county in which a petition for ancillary
administration is first filed, and the court in that county has
jurisdiction of the administration of the estate.