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229. Grant of administration where executor has not renounced.- When a person appointed an executor has not renounced the executorship, letters of administration shall not be granted to any other person until a citation has been issued, calling upon the executor to accept or renounce his executorship :

Provided that, when one or more of several executors have proved will, the Court may, on the death of the survivor of those who have roved, grant letters of administration without citing those who have not proved.





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