The secretary of state shall establish a registry system by which authorized persons may register, in a central information center, information regarding the execution of international wills. The information shall be private until the death of the testator, after which date it shall be available to any person desiring information about any will who presents a death record or other satisfactory evidence of the testator's death to the secretary of state.
The secretary of state, at the request of the authorized person, may cause the information received about execution of any international will to be transmitted to the registry system of another jurisdiction as identified by the testator, if that other system adheres to rules protecting the confidentiality of the information similar to those established in this state.
Only the following information may be received, preserved and reported pursuant to this section:
(a) The testator's name, Social Security number or other individual identifying number established by law;
(b) The testator's address and date and place of birth; and
(c) The intended place of deposit or safekeeping of the instrument pending the death of the testator.