Application information-executorship law and accounts, Financial Accounting

Application Information

The application must include information as to:

  1. The full name of the deceased;
  2. The death and place of his death;
  3. Whether or not the deceased left any will;
  4. The relationship (if any) of the applicant to the deceased;
  5. Whether or not the deceased left any will;
  6. The present addresses of any executors appointed by any such will;
  7. In cases of total or partial intestacy the names and addresses of all surviving sponsors, children, parents, brothers and sisters of the deceased, and of the children of any child of his or hers then deceased.
  8. A full inventory of all the assets and liabilities of the deceased; and,
  9. Such other matters as may be prescribed.


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