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Memorandum Of Administrative Closing PC 599 - Michigan

Memorandum Of Administrative Closing Form. This is a Michigan form and can be used in General Probate Statewide .
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Approved, SCAO OSM CODE: ACL STATE OF MICHIGAN PROBATE COURT COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT - FAMILY DIVISION FILE NO. MEMORANDUM OF ADMINISTRATIVE CLOSING In the matter of 1. The fiduciary in this matter has been suspended and the interested persons and any sureties on the fiduciary's bond were notified of this suspension. No request has been received for the appointment of a successor fiduciary. The personal representative has not filed the required notice of continued administration, petition for settlement, or a sworn statement closing the estate. There is no petition of an interested person pending. The court notified the personal representative and interested persons that the court will close the estate administration and terminate the personal representative's authority within 63 days of the notice. At least 63 days have passed since notice. Upon petition of the conservator to administratively close the estate, notice of hearing was given to or waived by the interested persons. The court finds good cause to administratively close the estate. a. This file is closed for administrative purposes. It does not constitute a dismissal or discharge of the fiduciary. b. The estate administration is closed and the personal representative's authority is terminated. 5. This matter may be reopened upon filing of a petition. (use form PC 607) 2. 3. 4. Date Judge Bar no. Do not write below this line - For court use only PC 599 (9/03) MEMORANDUM OF ADMINISTRATIVE CLOSING MCL 700.3951(3), MCR 5.144, MCR 5.203(D) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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