Lack of Evidence of Personal Property Taken

The executor of the decedent’s estate brought an action in the Orphans’ Court to recover the value of property alleged to have belonged to the decedent from a person who had lived with the decedent, but the court properly granted summary judgment when the executor was unable to produce any evidence of the identity, nature, or value of the property alleged to have been taken by the respondent even after discovery against the respondent. Marvin Samuels, Deceased, 2491 EDA 2023 (Pa. Super. 5/21/2024), (non-precedential).

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