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Section 24E. Sections twenty-four A to twenty-four D, inclusive, shall apply to the estate of a nonresident decedent, only in case the laws of the domiciliary state contain a provision, of any nature or however expressed, whereby this commonwealth is given reasonable assurance, as finally determined by the commissioner, of the collection of its death taxes, interest and penalties from the estates of decedents dying domiciled in this commonwealth, when such estates are administered in whole or in part by a probate court, or other court charged with the administration of estates of decedents, in such other state.

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