Article 1163. Terms for issuing a certificate of inheritance.
1. A certificate of inheritance is issued to the heirs at any time after six months from the date of opening the inheritance, except in cases provided for in this Code. 2. In case of inheritance, both under the law and under the will, a certificate of the right to inheritance may be issued before the expiration of six months from the date of opening the inheritance, if there is reliable evidence that, apart from the persons who applied for the issue of the certificate, other heirs entitled inheritance or its corresponding part is not available. 3. The issuance of a certificate of inheritance is suspended by a court decision, as well as if there is a conceived but not yet born heir.
References to other articles of chapter 64. Acquisition of an inheritance: