Probate sale

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A probate sale is the process executed at a county court where the executor for the estate of a deceased person sells property from the estate (typically real estate) in order to divide the property among the beneficiaries. There is a personal representative of the estate who will determine if the real estate is going to be sold. A personal representative is not required to use the services of a real estate broker.[1]

Determination of the value of real estate and other functions may need to be performed by a probate referee.[2]


  1. ^ "Probate Sales of Real Property". CAR.
  2. ^ "California Probate Referees Association - Members List". Ca Probate Referee Association. Archived from the original on 2014-02-23. Retrieved 2014-02-12.