surrogate court

surrogate court
Name of court in certain states with jurisdiction similar to that of probate court. In New York the Surrogate's Court has jurisdiction over all actions and proceedings relating to the affairs of decedents, probate of wills, administration of estates and actions and proceedings arising thereunder or pertaining thereto, guardianship of the property of minors, and such other actions and proceedings, not within the exelusive jurisdiction of the supreme court, as may be provided by law

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