Code of Alabama - Title 43: Wills and Decedents' Estates - Section 43-2-338 - Annual settlements

Section 43-2-338 - Annual settlements.

(a) The executor or administrator must make annual settlements of such estates, as required in other cases, and in such settlements he must show how such estate has been managed, crops made, expenses incurred and the disposition of all moneys received; and he must also show the amounts appropriated and expended for each and every person entitled to any distribution from such estate.

(b) The accounts and vouchers, evidence and statement of the heirs and legatees must be filed, notice given and contest made, in the same manner as on annual settlements in other cases.

(c) Such settlement may be compelled by attachment, or the probate court may proceed in the same manner as in other cases, when an executor or administrator, being cited to make a settlement, fails to do so.

(Code 1852, §§1905-1908; Code 1867, §§2269-2272; Code 1876, §§2609-2612; Code 1886, §§2218-2220; Code 1896, §§286-288; Code 1907, §§2751-2753; Code 1923, §§5990-5992; Code 1940, T. 61, §§206-208.)

Last modified: May 3, 2021