"Probate" Definition
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The process by which the Will of someone who dies while living in England or Wales is validated. A local Probate Office will issue a Grant of Probate to validate a will and authorising the executors to administer the estate. This Grant has the status of a decree of the High Court. Hence anyone dealing in good faith with the executors named in the Grant has legal protection against any other party claiming to represent the deceased.

The legal procedure by which a will is authenticated and which confirms the authority of the executors to administer its contents.

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Probate - The process by which the Will of someone who dies while living in England or Wales is validated. A local Probate Office will issue a Grant of Probate to validate a will and authorising the executors to administer the estate. This Grant has the status of a decree of the High Court. Hence anyone dealing in good faith with the executors named in the Grant has legal protection against any other party claiming to represent the deceased.

The legal procedure by which a will is authenticated and which confirms the authority of the executors to administer its contents.


Probate : the process by which the will of someone who dies while living in england or wales is validated. a local probate office will issue a grant of probate to validate a will and authorising the executors to administer the estate. this grant has the status of a decree of the high court. hence anyone dealing in good faith with the executors named in the grant has legal protection against any other party claiming to represent the deceased.

the legal procedure by which a will is authenticated and which confirms the authority of the executors to administer its contents.