Statute 59-2209: Notice by publication and mailing.
When notice of hearing is required by any provision of this act by
specific reference to this section, such notice shall be published once a
week for three consecutive weeks in some newspaper of the county
authorized by law to publish legal notices. The first publication shall
be made within 10 days after the order fixing the
time and place of the
hearing and, within seven days after the first
published notice, the
petitioner shall mail or cause to be mailed, postage prepaid, a copy of
the notice to each
heir, devisee and legatee or guardian and ward, conservator and
conservatee or guardian ad litem
, as the case may be, other than the
petitioner, whose name and address is known to the
petitioner. A copy of the petition, any attachments to it and, when
applicable, a copy of the will, accounting and settlement agreement shall
be included with the notice, unless excused by court order.
The date set for the
hearing shall not be earlier than seven days nor later than 14 days
after the date of the last publication of notice.
Whenever notice is mailed to a person residing in a foreign country, such
notice shall be mailed by air mail.
History: L. 1939, ch. 180, § 185; L. 1943, ch. 214, § 1; L.
1965, ch. 346, § 29; L. 1972, ch. 215, § 12; L. 1977, ch. 197, § 1;
L. 1985, ch. 191, § 33; July 1.