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A grant of letters of administration with the will annexed is requested when a deceased has a will but the designated executor is not performing that job due to any circumstance. The applicant will be designated as the estate's administrator rather than the executor receiving probate.

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Even after getting a grant of letters of administration intestate with the Will Annexed, an Administrator is still necessary to administer the estate in line with the Will. A Grant of Letters of Administration is required when a person passes away intestate without a valid Will and is requested.  The applicant will be selected to serve as the estate's administrator and be responsible for legally conducting the estate’s business. Without a written will, an individual's estate is typically divided in line with section 14 of the Administration Act of 1903.

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Beneficiaries of an estate frequently need to request a Grant of Letters of Administration. Usually, this will be the surviving husband, roommate, or children of the dead. In the absence of a suitable spouse or children, the decedent's parents or sibling may make an application. Whom the Court may designate to administer an intestate person's estate is outlined in Section 25 of the Administration Act of 1903. The procedure is comparable to asking for a Grant of Probate once it has been determined who will handle the administration of an estate. The applicant will need both the original and a copy of the death certificate, just like with a Grant of Probate. The whole original Will must also be submitted if an application is made for Letters of Administration with the Will Annexed.

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