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S.33 Administration of Estates Act 1925
If a person dies intestate, his PRs hold all his property on trust, with a power to sell it
Debts and other liabilities together with administration expenses are met from the 'fund'
The residue must then be distributed by the PRs in accordance with the scheme below
If any siblings, half-siblings, aunts and uncles, and half aunts and uncles have already died, their children will inherit their share of the estate.
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