12570. If a nondomiciliary decedent's property in this state
satisfies the requirements of Section 13100, a sister state personal
representative may, without petitioning for ancillary administration,
use the affidavit procedure provided by Chapter 3 (commencing with
Section 13100) of Part 1 of Division 8 to collect personal property
of the decedent.
12571. The effect of payment, delivery, or transfer of personal
property to the sister state personal representative pursuant to this
chapter, and the effect of failure to do so, are governed by Chapter
3 (commencing with Section 13100) of Part 1 of Division 8.
12572. The sister state personal representative may bring an action
against a holder of the decedent's property, and may be awarded
attorney's fees, as provided in subdivision (b) of Section 13105.
12573. A sister state personal representative who takes property by
affidavit under this chapter is not liable as a person to whom
payment, delivery, or transfer of the decedent's property is made
under Section 13109 or 13110 to the extent that the sister state
personal representative restores the property to the nondomiciliary
decedent's estate in the sister state in compliance with Section