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II. INTESTATE ESTATES.
SCHEDULE C. S. 3.
Form of Inventory and Relative Oath. Inventory of the personal estate and effects wheresoever situated of A.B. (design deceased), who died intestate on the of 18 at
and at the time of death had his (or her] ordinary or principal domicile in the county of A.
1. Cash in the house
conform to inventory and valuation by
Amount of personal estate in Scotland
ceased by the A.B. Insurance Company, num-
£ Vested bonuses
Amount of personal estate in England
. £ Total amount of personal estate in Scotland
£ and England
[Add under Scotland or England any other estate in usual form.]
the thousand eight hundred and
in presence of
Appeared C.D. [design deponent], who, being solemnly sworn 5 and examined, depones, that the said A.B. [repeat designation] died intestate
and at the time of death had
That the deponent is the widow [or child, or other next of kin,
desirous to enter upon the possession and management of the
disposal of the deceased's personal estate or effects, or any part
as relative hereto, is a full and complete inventory of the personal estate and effects of the said deceased wheresoever situated and belonging or due to him (or her) benefi
cially at the time of death, in so far as the same has come to the
real and personal estate and effects, including the proceeds accrued
[England and Ireland, as the case may be] is required in favour of
SCHEDULE D. S. 3.
Form of Confirmation.
[widow, child, or otherwise as case may be] of
and at the time of
The said deceased A.B. had pertaining and resting owing to him [or her] at the time of death the following personal estate and effects, viz. :
[Take in particulars of estate as specified in the inventory.] I, E.F., Esquire, Sheriff [or Commissary] of the said county 5 of A, considering that the said A.B. died intestate, on at
and at the time of death had his [or her] ordinary or principal domicile in the said county of A: AND NOW SEEING that C.D. his widow [or child, or otherwise as case may be] has given up, on oath, an 10 inventory of the personal estate and effects of the said A.B. at the time of death, including the proceeds accrued thereon to date of oath, situated in Scotland [England and Ireland, as the case may be] amounting in value to
and has deponed that the whole real and personal estate and effects of the 15 said A.B. do not exceed in value 2001., which inventory as before written has been recorded in my court books, of date
and that the C.D. has likewise found caution to my satisfaction for his [or her] acts and intromissions as executor: THEREFORE I, in Her Majesty's name and authority, DECERN, MAKE, 20 CONSTITUTE, ORDAIN, and CONFIRM the said C.D. executor dative qua relict [or next of kin, or otherwise as the case may be] to the deceased, with full power to him (or her] to uplift, receive, administer, and dispose of the said personal estate and effects, and grant discharges thereof, if needful to pursue therefor, and generally 25 every other thing concerning the same to do that to the office of executor dative is known to belong : PROVIDING always that he (or she] shall render just count and reckoning for his [or her] intromissions therewith when and where the same shall be legally required.
30 Given under the seal of office of the sheriffdom [or Commissariot] of
and signed by the clerk of court at
the day of
one thousand eight hundred and
35 Sheriff or Commissary Clerk.
SCHEDULE E. S. 7.
III. TABLE OF FEES FOR BOTH ESTATES.
Where the whole estate and effects of the intestate shall not exceed in value twenty pounds, the sum of five shillings, and where 5 they shall exceed in value twenty pounds, the sum of five shillings
and the further sum of one shilling for every ten pounds or fraction of ten pounds by which the value shall exceed twenty pounds; and in testate estates the like fees, together with the ordinary charges exigible for the recording of the will or other writing of the testate.
B I L L
To amend the Law relating to the
Confirmation, Liabilities, and Powers of Gratuitous Executors in Scotland.
(Prepared and brought in by Mr. James Barclay, Mr. Anderson, and
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed,
18 April 1877.
Under 1 02.