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Old 03-22-2021, 5:14 AM
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Originally Posted by S.O.A.R. View Post
Both are CA residents. They are not direct related as in father-son.

Neighbor is 60s, relative bit older when passed.

The firearms were given to him by the relatives family/lawyer at death accordance to the relative's handwritten will and he is the first contact to the deceased relative as he holds the death certificate.
The relatives' family lawyer would be considered the executor of the deceased's estate.

In order to legally transfer the firearms under CA laws/regulations, that person will need to transfer the firearms to the, non-immediate family member, relative through a CA FFL dealer.
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