Letter of Administration

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Letter of Administration

A certificate issued by the Court evidencing the appointment of the Administrator of an Estate.
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Jackson's mother filed for Letters of Administration shortly after her son's death, thrusting her into the middle of these proceedings.
You could apply for probate or letters of administration to their estates and transfer the farm into your own name if that has not been done already (at which point it would have to be registered).
But he denied making her sign a will when she lacked the mental capacity to do so, wrongfully obtaining letters of administration for her estate, acting dishonestly and failing to tell his social services manager of the police inquiry.
in the event of a death, it allows trustees to claim with a death certificate, avoiding the need to wait for probate or letters of administration.
D G A: A grant of Letters of Administration is the same as a grant of probate, except that there is no will, so the intestacy rules decide who gets what - though in your case, this seems clear cut anyway.
This avoids the need to wait for a grant of probate or letters of administration.
Copies necessary for a grant of probate or letters of administration are pounds 3.
Mrs TY A:You could try to deal with the Land Registry yourself, but you will almost certainly be asked for Letters of Administration.
A THIS is a legal "wrapper" that allows insurance policies or investments to be paid out to dependents or representatives quickly when someone dies - avoiding the need to wait for a grant of probate or letters of administration.
In order to force the issue your mother could apply to the local Probate Registry for a Grant of Letters of Administration.