Grant of Probate

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Grant of Probate

In England and Wales, authorization by a court for the executor of an estate to begin to administrate the assets of a decedent. This contrasts with a grant of administration, which is a similar authorization given to a person if the decedent dies without a will.
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From then on, the registries oversaw all grants of probate and letters of administration.
She has spent the past 3 1/2 years completing a series of legal exams on land and contract conveyancing, accounts, and landlord and tenant law to qualify as a licensed conveyancer and commissioner for oaths, enabling clients to swear statutory declarations andoaths in relationtowills or grants of probate in her presence.
The court issues grants of probate in testate estates and grants of administration in intestate estates.

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