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In any such contest proceedings, the previous order of the Court probating, or refusing to probate a will, or finding that the decedent dies intestate, shall be sufficient evidence of the findings and conclusions contained in the Court’s order. The burden of proof shall rest upon the person contesting the Court’s previous order. The Court’s previous order shall stand unless the person contesting it provides clear and convincing evidence to the contrary. [Res. 06-R-53 § (C)(35.09.030), 5/3/2006.]