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Property of estate to be delivered on order 1
Surrogate's Court Procedure Act (SCP) CHAPTER 59-A, ARTICLE 22
§ 2214. Property of estate to be delivered on order

1. The court has jurisdiction to compel a fiduciary or the fiduciary
or successor of any deceased fiduciary at any time to deliver any of the
property of the estate which has come into his possession or is under
his control and if it be delivered over after a decree must allow such
credit upon the decree as justice shall require.

2. The court has jurisdiction when a fiduciary has died, absconded,
become incompetent, has been removed or his letters have been revoked to
direct him or any person, firm or corporation having possession or
control of any property belonging to the estate to deliver it to the
court or a successor appointed by the court or as directed by the decree
made pursuant to 2207 or CPLR 2510.