Probate Motions & Actions Relating to Wills & IntestaciesÃÂ
Author : Albert Keating
Publisher: Round Hall
Publication Date: 27/10/2017
Probate Motions and Actions Relating to Wills and Intestacies provides a comprehensive and in-depth account of probate issues that require motion procedure or probate actions instituted by plenary summons to resolve them, and issues that require administration actions, and constructions suits instituted by special summons to resolve them, and issues in equity that require equitable actions instituted by plenary summons to resolve them.
*Probate issues and use of motion procedure, and probate issues that form the subject matter of probate actions, and issues of costs in such actions
*Issues that form the subject matter of administration actions, construction suits and equitable actions, and issues of costs in such actions and suits
*Time issues and time limits for instituting proceedings
*High Court and Circuit Court Forms and caveat and citations forms and procedures as prescribed by the Rules of the Superior Courts and Circuit Court Rules
*Amendments to the Rules of the Superior Courts by Statutory Instruments introduced in 2016 dealing with case management and conducting trials
*Recent and important High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court decisions
About the author
Dr Albert Keating, BCL, LL.B, LL.M, DLitt, Barrister-at-Law is the author of numerous books and articles in the areas of probate, succession law and jurisprudence. His latest major work is Keating on Probate, Fifth Edition, published by Thomson Reuters Round Hall in 2015.
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