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Administration during minority of executor

    (1)     Where a minor is sole executor of a will administration with the will annexed shall be granted to his guardian or to such other person as the Court thinks fit until the minor attains the age of eighteen years and on his attaining that age and not before probate of the will may be granted to him.

S. 26(2) amended by No. 9427
s. 5(Sch. 4 item 1).

    (2)     The appointment in a will by a testator of a minor to be an executor shall not operate to transfer any interest in the property of the deceased to the minor or to constitute him a personal representative for any purpose unless and until probate is granted to him under this section.

No. 3632 s. 23.

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