ancillary administration

Administration on a decedent's estate, granted in pursuance of the laws of a government other than that of the decedent's domicil, for the due collection and disposition of property left by the decedent within the jurisdiction. Re Mitchell's Estate, 97 Ohio App 443, 56 Ohio Ops 357, 127 NE2d 39, 51 ALR2d 1020; 31 Am J2d Ex & Ad § 680. There being an ancillary administration, the administration at the domicil of the decedent is called the principal administration. 21 Am J2d Ex & Adm § 850.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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