Courts application for grant, Financial Accounting

Courts application for grant

A court may:

1) Wherein a deceased person is proved whether by production of a will or authenticated copy of the will or by oral evidence of its content, to have left a will, grant, in respect of all property to which the will applies either:

  • Probate of the will ("Probate" means the certificate of a court of competent jurisdiction that a will of which a certified copy is attached in the case of a written will, has been proved a valid will with a grant of representation to the executor in respect of the state) to one of more of the executors name therein; or
  • Where there is no providing executor, letters of administration, with the will annexed; and

 

2) If and so far as there may be intestacy letters of administration in respect of the intestate estate.

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