Rule 200. Notice and hearing
Upon the filing of a proper final account, the judge will order a hearing
upon the account and the distribution therein proposed upon a day certain, not
less than 30 days after the date of said order, and that notice thereof be
given in the same manner as notice of the appointment of an executor or
administrator is required to be given. A copy of said notice shall be mailed to
each heir and distributee and to each creditor who has not been fully paid.
Before the time fixed for hearing, the executor or administrator shall file
with the court a copy of the notice and proof of publication or posting and
mailing thereof. Any interested person objecting to the final account or the distribution
therein proposed shall file and serve upon the executor or administrator a
statement of his objections in writing. Objections must be filed before the
date of final hearing and will be placed on the calendar for hearing in regular
course.--Added Dec. 17, 1976.
Objections to final account, see 15 V.I.C. ' 565.
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