Rules of intestacy-no spouse and no children, Financial Accounting

The intestate leaves no spouse and no children

The net estate devolves as follows: to his

  1. Father; or if dead
  2. Mother; or if dead
  3. Brothers and sisters, and any child or children of deceased brothers and sisters, in equal shares; or if none
  4. Half—brothers and half—sisters and any child or children of deceased half—brothers and half—sisters, in equal shares; or if none
  5. Relatives who are in the nearest degree of consanguinity up to and including the sixth degree, in equal shares; or if none
  6. The Consolidated Fund of the Government.
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