Letters of Administration: when and in what circumstances?

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Letter of Administration

When a person dies without a valid will there is no executor as they are appointed in the will. In this case, a next of kin will usually take on the role of administering the estate.

However, this cannot be done until they receive a grant of letters of administration.

A court will grant a letter of administration once they have examined the necessary documents and are satisfied that the person seeking the grant should be the authorised administrator.

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