Muniments of Title

Where the court is satisfied that a will should be admitted to probate, that there are no unpaid debts owing by the estate of the testator, excluding debts secured by liens on real estate, or for other reason finds that there is no necessity for administration upon the estate, the court may admit such will to probate as a muniment of title only. The person or persons entitled to property under the provisions of such wills shall be entitled to deal with and treat the properties to which they are entitled in the same manner as if the record of title were vested in their names.

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