We can Reseal a UK Grant Of Probate In Australia

Resealing UK Probate In Australia

Resealing UK Probate In Australia

When dealing the estate of a deceased individual with assets in Australia, the Executor or Administrator will need to have the English Grant of Probate resealed by the Australian Courts before dealing with those assets in Australia. Contact us for help.

The Colonial Probates Act of 1982 allows for British Letters of Administration or Grants of Probate to be resealed in Australia. This is easier than making new applications for the Grant of Probate in Australia.

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Resealing UK Probate in Australia

Resealing UK Probate in Australia

Is it always compulsory to obtain a resealed Grant of Probate when dealing with Australian assets?

It is necessary but not compulsory to have the Grant of Probate. Much depends on the value of the assets. Low valued assets may not demand a resealed Grant of Probate. However, it is mandatory if a property is involved.

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What is required to Reseal probate in Australia?

What is required to Reseal probate in Australia?

Typically to reseal a UK Grant of Probate in Australia we will require the following information/documents:

  • Certified & sealed original copy of the English Grant of Probate
  • Certified copy of the deceased’s will
  • Original share certificate with its SRN number
  • Copy of deceased’s birth certificate or passport
  • Copy of death deceased’s certificate
  • Complete stock of global assets and liabilities
  • Deceased’s SRN number
  • Deceased place and date of birth
  • Deceased place and date of death