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PA 1 - Probate application form

When a person dies leaving behind an estate, which can include a house or a flat, as well as money, shares and personal possessions, it is usually necessary to apply to the Probate Registry to obtain a 'Grant of Representation' (probate) before you can deal with the assets of the deceased's estate. This means that you cannot sell the deceased's house, sell any shares, or obtain money from bank accounts until probate has been granted. You can use this document, PA 1 - Probate application form, to make your application. Please note that you can only use this document in England & Wales.

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PA 1 - Probate application form

When a person dies leaving behind an estate, which can include a house or a flat, as well as money, shares and personal possessions, it is usually necessary to apply to the Probate Registry to obtain a 'Grant of Representation' (probate) before you can deal with the assets of the deceased's estate. This means that you cannot sell the deceased's house, sell any shares, or obtain money from bank accounts until probate has been granted. You can use this document, PA 1 - Probate application form, to make your application. Please note that you can only use this document in England & Wales.

Important Notice
In order to use this document you will need to have installed Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or above). The Adobe software is free and may be downloaded by clicking here.

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