130. Wills, probate and letters of administration.

In the case of deaths after 1925 probate while unrevoked is conclusive evidence of the validity and contents of a will and letters of administration are similarly conclusive of the intestacy of the deceased1.

A will is usually abstracted only to prove the names of the executors; but where there has been an assent vesting property in trustees upon a trust contained in the will, it may be necessary to show that the property was left upon trust.