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The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XLII
ESTATES AND TRUSTS
Chapter 732
PROBATE CODE: INTESTATE SUCCESSION AND WILLS
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CHAPTER 732
PART II

ELECTIVE SHARE OF SURVIVING SPOUSE;
RIGHTS IN COMMUNITY PROPERTY

732.201
Right to elective share.
732.2025
Definitions.
732.2035
Property entering into elective estate.
732.2045
Exclusions and overlapping application.
732.2055
Valuation of the elective estate.
732.2065
Amount of the elective share.
732.2075
Sources from which elective share payable; abatement.
732.2085
Liability of direct recipients and beneficiaries.
732.2095
Valuation of property used to satisfy elective share.
732.2105
Effect of election on other interests.
732.2115
Protection of payors and other third parties.
732.2125
Right of election; by whom exercisable.
732.2135
Time of election; extensions; withdrawal.
732.2145
Order of contribution; personal representative’s duty to collect contribution.
732.2155
Effective date; effect of prior waivers; transition rules.
732.216
Short title.
732.217
Application.
732.218
Rebuttable presumptions.
732.219
Disposition upon death.
732.221
Perfection of title of personal representative or beneficiary.
732.222
Purchaser for value or lender.
732.223
Perfection of title of surviving spouse.
732.224
Creditor’s rights.
732.225
Acts of married persons.
732.226
Limitations on testamentary disposition.
732.227
Homestead defined.
732.228
Uniformity of application and construction.
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