Administration of Estates by Consular Officers Act 1940 (Cap. 154). | Land Portal

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Date of publication: 
Enero 1940
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ISBN / Resource ID: 
LEX-FAOC095971
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2
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This Act makes provision for the administration of estates of persons dying outside Uganda in a State listed in the Schedule to this Act and leaving property within Uganda. If no person is rightfully entitled to administer the estate of the deceased person, the consul, vice consul, or consular agent of a listed State may take possession and have the custody of the property of the deceased person. He or she shall immediately apply for letters of administration of the property of the deceased person, limited in such manner and for such time as to the court shall deem fit.

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