Law of Succession Act (Cap. 160). | Land Portal | Asegurando los Derechos a la Tierra a través de Datos Abiertos

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This Act provides for matters of succession to and protection and administration of property of a deceased person. Succession to rights can be intestate or on the basis of a will. The Act also sets out rules for the construction of wills.Except so far as expressly authorized by this Act, or by any other written law, or by a grant of representation under this Act, no person shall, for any purpose, take possession or dispose of, or otherwise intermeddle with, any free property of a deceased person.

Implemented by: Probate and Administration Rules (Cap. 160). (2012-12-31)

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