Missouri Personal Representative's Deed with Order for Sale ( 473.460, RSMO)
The laws governing Missouri probate proceedings are codified at Chapters 472-475 of the Missouri Revised Statutes.
A personal representative's deed pursuant to an order for sale under 473.460, RSMo is a fiduciary instrument used to transfer a decedent's interest in real property to a purchaser. A personal representative, who may alternately be referred to as either an executor or an administrator, is the person appointed by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court to manage the decedent's estate.
473.460, RSMo, outlines the purposes for which a personal representative may sell real property from the estate with the Court's authorization, including to pay claims against the estate; pay allowance to a surviving spouse and minor children of the decedent; pay a legacy given by the decedent's will; pay administrative expenses and taxes due on the estate or taxes assessed on transfers from the estate; and for any other purpose deemed in the best interest of the estate. Real property may also be sold to enable distribution of the estate.
Consult an attorney licensed in the State of Missouri with questions about personal representative's deeds or any other issues related to probate.
Deeds.com Missouri Personal Representative Deed of Sale Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Tuesday June 18, 2019
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