Petition for Letters of Administration with will annexed. (Rule 375)

Updated at:March 2010
 
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IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT BOMBAY

TESTAMENTARY AND INTESTATE JURISDICTION

PETITION NO............... OF 20......

Petitioner for Letters of Administration

with the will annexed to the property-and

credits of (a) ...................... Deceased.

(a) Insert the name in full, plate of residence and occupation. If deceased was a bachelor or spinster, that should be stated.

............................................. Petitioner.

THE PETITION OF THE PETITIONER ABOVENAMED

To

THE HON'BLE THE CHIEF JUSTICE AND JUDGES OF THE HIGH

COURT,

SHEWETH.--

(1) That the abovenamed ........................... died at .....................on or about the..................... day of .........20.....

(2) That the said deceased at the time of his death had a fixed place of abode at........................ on and/or left property within Greater Bombay and in the State of Maharashtra and elsewhere in India.

(3) That the said deceased left a writing, which is his last will and testament. The said writing, hereinafter referred to as "the will", is marked Exhibit "A" and is handed in separately for being filed and kept in a safe place in the office of the Prothonotary and Senior Master. A copy of the said will is hereto annexed and also market Exhibit "A".

(4) That the said will was duly executed at .............................on the ..................... day of 20 .....

(5) That by the said will the deceased appointed ........................ sole executor thereto (b), but he has since died, to wit on the ................... day of................. 20..... without having proved the said will, and that the abovenamed petitioner is the ................... of the deceased.

(b) Or no executor, as the case may be

(6) That the petitioner has truly set forth in Schedule No. I, hereto annexed and marked Exhibit "B", all the property and credits which the deceased died possessed of or entitled to at the time of his death, which have or are likely to come to his hands.

(7) That the petitioner has truly set forth in Schedule No. II, hereto annexed and marked Exhibit "C", all the items that by law he is allowed to deduct for the purpose of ascertaining the net estate of the deceased.

(8) That the petitioner has truly set forth in Schedule No. III, hereto annexed and marked Exhibit "D", the property held by the deceased as trustee for another and not beneficially or with general power to confer a beneficial interest.

(9) That the assets of the deceased after deducting the...

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