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Title 22Chapter ISubchapter HPart 72 → §72.9


Title 22: Foreign Relations
PART 72—DEATHS AND ESTATES


§72.9   Responsibility if legal representative is present.

(a) A consular officer should not act as provisional conservator if the consular officer knows that a legal representative is present in the foreign country.

(b) If the consular officer learns that a legal representative is present after the consular officer has taken possession and/or disposed of the personal estate but prior to transmission of the proceeds and effects to the Secretary of State pursuant to §72.25, the consular officer should follow the procedures specified in §72.22.

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