What is Grant of Probate?

 

The document issued by the Probate Registry that gives formal authority for the executors to act in dealing with an estate when someone dies. It gives them the authority to access bank accounts, settle debts, sell assets and distribute the deceased’s estate to their beneficiaries in accordance with the will.

 

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