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TITLE 22—Foreign Relations

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF STATE

SUBCHAPTER H—PROTECTION AND WELFARE OF AMERICANS, THEIR PROPERTY AND ESTATES

PART 72—DEATHS AND ESTATES

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Reporting Deaths of United States Nationals

§72.1
Definitions.
§72.2
Consular responsibility.
§72.3
Exceptions.
§72.4
Notifications of death.
§72.5
Final report of death.
§72.6
Report of presumptive death.

Disposition of Remains

§72.7
Consular responsibility.

Personal Estates of Deceased United States Citizens and Nationals

§72.8
Regulatory responsibility of consular officer.
§72.9
Responsibility if legal representative is present.
§72.10
Responsibility if a will intended to operate locally exists.
§72.11
Responsibility if a will intended to operate in the United States exists.
§72.12
Bank deposits in foreign countries.
§72.13
Effects to be taken into physical possession.
§72.14
Nominal possession; property not normally taken into physical possession.
§72.15
Action when possession is impractical.
§72.16
Procedure for inventorying and appraising effects.
§72.17
Final statement of account.
§72.18
Payment of debts owed by decedent.
§72.19
Consular officer is ordinarily not to act as administrator of estate.
§72.20
Prohibition against performing legal services or employing counsel.
§72.21
Consular officer may not assume financial responsibility for the estate.
§72.22
Release of personal estate to legal representative.
§72.23
Affidavit of next of kin.
§72.24
Conflicting claims.
§72.25
Transfer of personal estate to Department of State.
§72.26
Vesting of personal estate in United States.
§72.27
Export of cultural property; handling other property when export, possession, or import may be illegal.
§72.28
Claims for lost, stolen, or destroyed personal estate.

Real Property Overseas Belonging to a Decreased United States Citizen or National

§72.29
Real property overseas belonging to deceased United States citizen or national.
§72.30
Provisions in a will or advanced directive regarding disposition of remains.

Fees

§72.31
Fees for consular death and estates services.


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