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If a petitioner proves with clear and convincing evidence that the previous order of the Court accepting or rejecting a will, in whole or in part, or a finding that the decedent died intestate was in error, the Court shall issue a new order reflecting the evidentiary findings made following the contest proceedings. The new order may accept or reject a will, in whole or in part, may find that the decedent dies intestate, and may amend the letters of appointment of the administrator for the estate. [Res. 06-R-53 § (D)(35.09.040), 5/3/2006.]