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Proof Of Delivery For Non-Probate Property Inventory 125ES - South Carolina

Proof Of Delivery For Non-Probate Property Inventory Form. This is a South Carolina form and can be used in Probate Court Statewide .
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF _______________________ ) IN THE PROBATE COURT PROOF OF DELIVERY OF NON-PROBATE PROPERTY INVENTORY ) ) ) IN THE MATTER OF: ) ______________________________________ ) (Decedent) ) CASE NUMBER: ____________________ In response to Demand for Non-Probate Property Inventory, I mailed the said information on the ________ day of ___________________, 20_____ to said person(s) at the address(es) set forth below: NAME ADDRESS __________________________ ________________________________________________________________ __________________________ ________________________________________________________________ __________________________ ________________________________________________________________ __________________________ ________________________________________________________________ __________________________ ________________________________________________________________ __________________________ ________________________________________________________________ __________________________ ________________________________________________________________ Delivery was accomplished by the following method (check appropriate box): ordinary first class mail certified mail certified mail - restricted delivery registered mail commercial delivery SWORN to before me this , 20 day of Signature: Print Name: Address: Notary Public for South Carolina My Commission Expires: Telephone (Work): (Home): (Cell): E-mail: Relationship to Decedent/Estate: ______________________________________ FORM #125ES (1/2014) 62-3-706 American LegalNet, Inc.
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