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Ancillary Administration A probate court proceeding conducted in a different state from the one the deceased person resided in at the time of death. Usually, ancillary probate is necessary if the deceased person owned real estate in another state.


Jurisdiction
n. also referred to as Certificate of Incorporation or the Charter, The Articles of Incorporation are the basic rules governing the management of a corporation, and are filed with a state or other regulatory agency.

ancillary jurisdiction: a concept historically associated with the determination of subject matter jurisdiction; ...

MATTERS: Matters in dispute between the parties in connection with divorce or annulment including equitable division of marital property, alimony, and attorneys fees, to be resolved after the divorce.

Ancillary - A proceeding which is auxiliary or subordinate to another proceeding. In probate, a proceeding in a state where a decedent owned property but was not domiciled.

ADMINISTRATION: A probate administration in the state in which a non-resident decedent has property.

ancillary Aiding; attendant upon; e.g., ancillary proceeding or ancillary administration (see below).

- That which is part of but subordinate to some other proceeding.

Administration - Administration of an estate in another jurisdiction where a decedent had property but where the decedent did not live.

ANCILLARY JURISDICTION - The exercise of jurisdiction over the pendent and ancillary actions had to establish a constitutionally required minimal nexus to the principal action and find explicit authorization in a jurisdiction-conferring statute.

and similar to crimen omnia ex se nata vitiat.
Commodum ex injuria sua non habere debet is the rationale behind statutes that prevents criminals from retaining the known profits of their crimes or even from collecting on royalties tendered ...

Ancillary service - A person offering or performing a service, other than issuance of certificates, in support of digital signatures and other related areas of electronic commerce, or (2) the service performed by such person. DSG 1.2.

Attachment: An or auxiliary remedy by which the plaintiff acquires a lien upon property of the defendant to insure the satisfaction of a civil judgment.

Ancillary
1 : having a subordinate, subsidiary, or secondary nature [ functions] [an agreement] 2 : serving as a supplement or addition [ documents] 3 : directly related [ claims]
Ancillary Administrator ...

It is available only as relief; meaning there is no separate right to equitable distribution outside of an action which seeks to terminate the marriage.

or to apply it to its proper subject matter; or, in some instances, as ancillary to such application, to explain the meaning of doubtful terms, or to rebut presumptions arising extrinsically.

"Gross revenue" means the sum of daily hospital service charges, ambulatory service charges, service charges and other operating revenue.

the termination of the relationship and ancillary matters including divorce, annulment, property settlements, alimony, and parental responsibility orders (in the United States, child custody and visitation, child support awards).

If the will includes real property in another state then the administrator or executor must find someone in the other state to handle the change of title and paying of local taxes, and that person is called an " administrator." ...

See also: See also: Court, Law, Jurisdiction, Issue, State

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