General power of courts—Intent—Plenary power of the court.
Original jurisdiction in probate and trust matters—Powers of court.
Venue in proceedings involving probate or trust matters.
Exercise of powers—Orders, writs, process, etc.
Statutes of limitation.
Persons entitled to judicial proceedings for declaration of rights or legal relations.
Notice in judicial proceedings under this title requiring notice.
Application of doctrine of virtual representation.
Mistake of fact or law in terms of will or trust—Judicial and nonjudicial reform.
Charitable dispositions by will or trust.
Waiver of notice.
Appointment of guardian ad litem.
Trial by jury.
Execution on judgments.
Execution upon trust income or vested remainder—Permitted, when.
Entry of agreement with court—Effect.
Judicial approval of agreement.
Intent—Parties can agree otherwise.
Petition for order compelling compliance.
Effective date—1999 c 42.