If the deceased has left a Will, a grant of Probate must be obtained in order for an Executor(s) to deal with the Deceased’s estate or assets. This is to protect the Deceased’s property from being distributed against the wishes of the Deceased.
An executor is the person appointed by the deceased in his or her Will to execute the last wishes of the Deceased. A Grant of Probate is a grant issued by the Court allowing the Executor to administer the estate or assets of the Deceased.
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