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6 documents for renunciation of probate
  • 2. The application arises in the following circumstances. Bashorun Moshood Kasimawo Olawale Abiola ("Chief Abiola") died on 7 July 1998. Chief Abiola was a well known and respected Nigerian. At one time he was widely considered to have been Africa's wealthiest man. He ran and owned Concord which was Nigeria's largest media company. In 1993 Presidential elections took place in Nigeria. Chief Abiola stood as a presidential candidate, but before the results were announced General Babangida annulled the results and announced that he would not be handing over power to a democratically elected regime. Chief Abiola funded his own election campaign and the Claimants' evidence is that it is believed that the large majority of any cash that he had accumulated during his life was spent on the electio...

    ...By form of renunciation dated 8 January 1999, National Westminster Bank enounced probate of the 1989 Will. Following this renunciation the ...

  • 1. DEPUTY JUDGE RANDALL: The three cases which have been tried together before me concern the land and deceased estates of two brothers, Edward and Harry Poulton, both of whom died in the 1970s and to whom I shall refer for convenience, and with no disrespect intended, individually by their first names and together as ``the brothers''. All the land concerned is at Three Gates Farm, Lee Common, near Chartridge in Buckinghamshire. 2. In a nutshell, Mr Eastaugh (``the claimant'') on the one hand is in competition with Mr Crisp and Miss Craft (together, ``the defendants'') on the other hand with respect to a variety of possible interests in and rights over this land. Claims in respect of the estates are largely, though not wholly, incidental to that competition. 3. The defendants rely...

    ... shall refer to these proceedings as ``the probate action''. . 9. The witnesses . Mr Eastaugh is 76 ... he had previously signed a Deed of Renunciation, nor to say that he had no idea why Mr Honniball, ...

  • “administration” includes all letters of administration of the estate of a deceased person whether granted with or without a will annexed and whether for general, special, or limited purposes; and references to an administrator shall be construed accordingly; “branch office business”, in relation to any branch office of the Probate and Matrimonial Office, means any business for the purposes of this Order which, by virtue of an order made under section 68(3) of the Judicature (Northern Ireland) Act 1978 [1978 c.23] or by virtue of paragraph 9 of Schedule 6 to that Act, may be transacted at that branch office; “contentious matter” means any matter not falling within the definition of non-contentious probate business; “the court” means the High Court or, where a county court has jurisdiction...

    ...Withdrawal of renunciationN.I. 30.—(1) Notwithstanding anything to the ...

  • 1. This is essentially a family dispute, one brother suing two of his brothers and the family company controlled by those two brothers. The late James Lynch ("the Father") and his wife Mary Ellen Lynch ("the Mother") had six children: four sons, Colin, Denis, John and Peter, and two daughters, Mary and Gwyneth. Colin is the claimant. John and Peter are the Second and Third Defendants. The dispute between them relates to shares in the First Defendant, James Lynch & Sons (Transport) Ltd. ("the Company"). 2. On 19 January 1994 Colin commenced proceedings against the Company, John and Peter for an order that the Company should allot him 346 £1 Ordinary shares in the Company, a declaration that he was entitled to one quarter of the Father's 911 Ordinary shares and an order that John a...

    ... 11. The Father died on 26 June 1963. Probate of the Will was granted to Mr. Barlow and Mr. ... that Colin had expressed words of renunciation would appear to be supported by the manuscript ...

  • “library” means any one of a local library authority's collections of books held by them for the purpose of being borrowed by the public, but does not include any such collection which is taken about from place to place; “local library authority” has the meaning assigned thereto by section 5(2) of the Act; “the Registrar” and “the Register” have the meanings assigned thereto by section 5(2) of the Act; “registered interest” means the interest (being the whole or a share thereof) , in the Public Lending Right in respect of a particular book, shown on the Register as belonging to a particular person, and “registered owner” means the person for the time being so registered; “the registry” means the place at which the Register is for the time being maintained in pursuance of Article 7; “s...

    ...(c) for renunciation of a registered interest,. shall be made in ...26.  On production of the probate, letters of administration, or confirmation of ...

  • C1 Act: for the words "Supreme Court Act 1981" wherever they occur there is substituted (prosp.) the words "Senior Courts Act 1981" by virtue of Constitutional Reform Act 2005 (c. 4) , ss. 59 , 148(1) , Sch. 11 para. 1(2) [Editorial Note: this amendment will be carried through into the text of the Act at the same time as any other effects on the Act for the year in which the relevant commencement order (or first such order) is made] C2 Act modified (1.11.2004 with effect as mentioned in reg. 1 of the amending S.I.) by The Inheritance Tax (Delivery of Accounts) (Excepted Estates) Regulations 2004 (S.I. 2004/2543) , reg. 7(2) C3 Act modified (with effect in accordance with s. 195(12) of the amending Act) by Finance Act 2003 (c. 14) , s. 195 C4 By Finance Act 1986 s. 100(1) ,on and after 25Ju...

    ...(d) the renunciation of a claim to legitim [F50 or rights under ...(i) a probate registry in England and Wales;. (ii) the sheriff ...

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