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RULES OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE -- PROBATE DIVISION 

Rule 106. MOTIONS FOR LICENSE TO SELL, MORTGAGE, OR LEASE.

   
    When a license is required by statute, all Motions for a license to sell, mortgage, or lease real estate, or to sell personal property shall not be acted upon until the inventory in that estate has been filed and accepted by the Court. No real or personal property shall be sold for less than inventory value, unless otherwise ordered by the Court.

    All Motions for a license to sell, mortgage, or lease real estate, or to sell personal property shall include the inventory value and, if different, the current market value of the property. All Motions for a license to mortgage real estate shall include the amount of the note, interest rate, and the terms of the mortgage. All Motions for a license to lease real estate shall include the amount of rent, length of the lease, and the terms of the lease.

    All Motions for a license to sell, mortgage, or lease real estate, shall contain a description of the real estate sufficiently accurate to make a conveyance thereof, and shall likewise contain a reference to the book and page number of the decedent's or ward's deed or title, as recorded in the Registry of Deeds.

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