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Legal ramifications of being declared dead and subsequently being found alive - particularly regardi

If someone was missing and declared dead in say California then their next of kin would inherit their fortune. However, what happens if this person is subsequently found alive. Would their fortune revert back to them or do they have no claim on it?

Any help would be gratefully received.
Tags: usa: california, ~inheritance, ~law (misc)
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