Article 1: GENERAL PROVISIONS, DEFINITIONS AND JURISDICTION
Part 3: SCOPE, JURISDICTION AND COURTS
§1-302. Subject matter jurisdiction
To the full extent provided in sections 3-105, 5-102 and 5-402, the court has jurisdiction over all subject matter relating
to (1) estates of decedents, including construction of wills and determination of heirs and successors of decedents and estates
of protected persons; (2) protection of minors and incapacitated persons; and (3) trusts.
2003, c. 618, Pt. B, §20 (AFF);
2003, c. 618, Pt. B, §4 (AMD)
The Court has full power to make orders, judgments and decrees and take all other action necessary and proper to administer
justice in the matters which come before it.
1979, c. 540, §1 (NEW)
1979, c. 540, §1 (NEW).
2003, c. 618, §B20 (AFF).
2003, c. 618, §B4 (AMD).
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