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I'm unfortunately in North England with my later mother's Sheriffdom located in Central Scotland and taking the form to the court is not something I can do with ease.
The returned/rejected application states:
"There must be a place stated on the will re: docquet"
Any pointers as to how to revise this would be really appreciated.
Can't quite see that I state my home address or is it as simple as that? Just wondering if I need to be taking this to somewhere like a local court? Just seems odd to want and or accept a note to say in my dining room at home etc.
Any further input to this point would be so much welcomed.
Don't feel to bad resurrecting an older thread as it's helped me so much so far.
johncr wrote: »
Also, do you have to include details of ongoing income due from rents after the date of death ? The notes refer to "rents due to the deceased from property which was let but had not been paid at the date of death."
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