Letter of Authorisation to Trust Corporation (with WIll)

Residuary Legatees and Devisees

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Letter of Authorisation for a Residuary Legatee and Devisee wishing to delegate to a Trust Corporation to make an application to Court for the grant of administration under a will.

The Deceased appointed a sole executor/executrix and trustee and named residuary legatees and devisees. The residuary legatees/ devisees named in the Will of the Deceased, hereby consent to letters of administration being granted to a trust corporation in respect of the estate of the Deceased.

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Document Type:

Deed /poa / authorisation / agency / escrow


Personal > Family / Personal Relationship > Will and Probate


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