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From: bob gillis <>
Subject: Re: [APG] NJ Vital Records Access Threatened
Date: Wed, 08 Feb 2006 08:01:36 -0500
Alvie L. Davidson CG wrote:
>Good afternoon Joan,
>I know these are only "feel good" and "warm and fuzzy" laws but the end
>results can be disastrous to legal entities who must have legal proof of
>death from the state of New Jersey.
>If Mr & Mrs Jones from Trenton died and they owned property in Florida, we
>would have no way to prove to the circuit court in our jurisdiction they
>have died. This would prevent title transfer of real estate, processing of
>the ancillary estate in Florida.
Who is "we". The executor or the administrator of the estate should be
able to get death certificates from the town ot state in NJ. The
lawyer for the estate would hire an attorney in FL to do whatever was
necessary with the property.
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