PROBATE COURTS AND DECEDENTS' ESTATES
APPEALS FROM THE COURT OF PROBATE
567-A:4 Report of Findings and Rulings.
The judge of probate by whom a decree, order, appointment, grant or denial was made shall report the material facts found by him and his rulings of law, on request of any party entitled to appeal therefrom made before the entry of such decision. Unless otherwise ordered for good cause shown, all requests for findings and rulings and written memorandum of law must be submitted to the judge of probate at the close of the evidence. The findings of fact of the judge of probate are final unless they are so plainly erroneous that such findings could not be reasonably made.
Source. 1975, 395:11, eff. Jan. 1, 1976.