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What type of oath do solicitors appointed as attorneys for a sole beneficiary of an intestate estate need to swear in order to obtain letters of administration?

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Published on LexisPSL on 23/04/2015

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  • What type of oath do solicitors appointed as attorneys for a sole beneficiary of an intestate estate need to swear in order to obtain letters of administration?

We assume that the solicitors must have been validly appointed by general power of attorney to act as attorneys to apply for the grant of administration'>letters of administration for the use and benefit of the sole beneficiary under rule 31 of the Non-Contentious Probate Rules 1987. A suitable precedent power of attorney to take administration is available at Tristram and Coote's Probate Prece

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