In practice. The apportionment and division, under authority of acourt, of the remainder of the estate of an intestate, after payment of the debts andcharges, among those who are legally entitled to share in the same. Rogers v. (iil- lett,56 Iowa, 266, 9 N. W. 204; William Hill Co. v. Lawler, 116 Cal. 359, 4S Pac. 323; In reCreighton, 12 Neb. 280, 11 N. W. 313; Thomson v. Tracy, 60 N. Y. 180.
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