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Foundations for the LPC 2020-2021

Foundations for the LPC 2020-2021 (24th edn)

Clare Firth, Elizabeth Smart, Lucy Crompton, Helen Fox, Frances Seabridge, Susan Wigglesworth, and Jennifer Seymour
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date: 04 October 2022

p. 20714. Application for a grant of representationlocked

p. 20714. Application for a grant of representationlocked

  • Jennifer Seymour, Jennifer SeymourTeaching Associate in Legal Practice, University of Sheffield
  • Clare Firth, Clare FirthSenior Lecturer in Legal Practice, University of Sheffield
  • Lucy Crompton, Lucy CromptonFreelance Legal Academic
  • Helen Fox,
  • Frances Seabridge, Frances SeabridgeTeaching Fellow in Law at Aston University
  • Susan Wigglesworth
  •  and Elizabeth SmartElizabeth SmartHead of Law, Sheffield Hallam University

Abstract

This chapter discusses the law and procedure relating to the issue of a grant of representation to the personal representatives of someone who has died. It considers the nature, effect, and the principal types of grant; the position of the personal representatives; the responsibilities of solicitors instructed to act in the administration of an estate; obtaining the grant; the court’s requirements; Statement of Truth for executors, for administrators with will annexed and for administrators; HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) requirements; excepted estates; Form IHT 400 and its Schedules; and the calculation of inheritance tax (IHT).

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