law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/title64.2/chapter7/section64.2-713

(4) An order binding a personal representative binds persons interested in the ... or address is unknown, if the court determines that representation of the interest ...

web.stanford.edu/~milgrom/publishedarticles/Relying%20on%20the%20Information%20of%20Interested%20Parties.pdf

what can be said about it by persons of every variety of opinion, and studying all .... safety standards, the interested parties' preferences are likely to be unknown ...

info.legalzoom.com/interested-person-probate-definition-21724.html

If he left a will, all individuals to whom he bequeathed property are interested persons. Next of kin who are not named in his will may also be interested persons.

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Feb 10, 2017 ... S CERTIFICATE OF. DISCLOSURE OF INTERESTED PARTIES ... Inc., certifies that the following list is all known persons, associations of persons, ... As the true identities of the defendants are unknown at this time, service.

supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/339/306

Reasonable steps must be taken to give potentially interested parties notice of ... as to any beneficiaries whose interests or addresses are unknown to the trustee, ... depriving of substantial property rights known persons whose whereabouts ...

www.lawinsider.com/dictionary/interested-party

Define Interested party. means, with respect to the fiduciary business of a transferor for which a successor is substituted:

www.sc.pima.gov/Portals/0/Library/Packet4NoticeofHearingProofofNotice.pdf

These people are known as “interested parties” because their rights may be ... If you are unable to locate any person, or their identities are unknown, you may ...

www.law.cornell.edu/rules/frcp/rule_71.1

(A) identify the property in which the defendant claims an interest; ...... 47, §2 (“ Persons interested, whose names are unknown, may be made parties defendant  ...

estate.findlaw.com/wills/who-can-challenge-a-will-.html

On "interested persons" can challenge a will, including beneficiaries, heirs, and other people who stand to lose if the will is deemed invalid.