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Petition Access To Safe Deposit Box To Obtain Will Cemetary Deed PC-203 - Connecticut

Petition Access To Safe Deposit Box To Obtain Will Cemetary Deed Form. This is a Connecticut form and can be used in Probate Statewide .
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PETITION/ACCESS TO SAFE DEPOSIT BOX TO OBTAIN WILL/CEMETERY DEED PC-203 REV. 10/13 STATE OF CONNECTICUT COURT OF PROBATE [Type or print in ink.] RECORDED: TO: COURT OF PROBATE, IN THE MATTER OF DISTRICT NO. TOWN OF DOMICILE OF DECEDENT ,DECEASED PETITIONER [Name, address and telephone number] RELATIONSHIP TO DECEDENT The petitioner represents that: The decedent died a resident of this probate district. There may be a safe deposit box in the sole name of the decedent in the following bank: [Give name and address and branch where safe deposit box is located.] The petitioner has reason to believe that the decedent's The petitioner is the spouse of the decedent. The petitioner is next of kin of the decedent. will and/or cemetery deed may be located in the safe deposit box. The petitioner is a person having an interest in the presence of a will or cemetery deed. [Explain the basis for the interest.] Wherefore, the petitioner hereby requests that the court issue an order to open the decedent's safe deposit box in the presence of an officer of the bank for the purpose of removing the will or cemetery deed from the box in accordance with C.G.S. section 45a-284. The representations contained herein are made under the penalties of false statement. Date: ______________________________________ Petitioner: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ PETITION/ACCESS TO SAFE DEPOSIT BOX TO OBTAIN WILL/CEMETERY DEED PC-203 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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