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Montana Personal Representative Deed

The Montana Uniform Probate Code (UPC), codified under Title 72 of the Montana Code, governs probate in that state.

A personal representative's deed is a fiduciary instrument used to convey real property from an estate to a purchaser. A personal representative (PR), who may also be referred to as an executor or an administrator, is the person appointed to manage the decedent's estate.

PR deeds must meet all state and local standards, and may require supporting information, depending on the situation. Record the completed deed of distribution in the county clerk/recorder's office of the county wherein the subject property is located to transfer title.

Execute a PR deed pursuant to a court order for sale when partition among multiple distributees cannot be conveniently made; to facilitate payment of the estate's debts; or as directed by the decedent's will. The personal representative need not seek approval to complete any transaction authorized by the UPC under 72-3-613, including sales of real property, unless the estate is subject to formal probate.

As always, consult an attorney licensed in the State of Montana with questions regarding Montana personal representative's deeds or any other issue related to probate.

Deeds.com Montana Personal Representative Deed Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Thursday April 25, 2019

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Montana Personal Representative Deed Form