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Legal Notice

Inheritance Data

Section 27 of Trustees Act 1925

Section 27 of Trustees Act 1925 gives the right to the trustees to safeguard themselves from any claims or liabilities while distributing or conveying a questionable property. They can do so by publishing the notice in Gazette and local newspapers as per the specifications mentioned in the section. The period of notice is set to 2 months within which any concerned person can convey their claim to the trustee.

Placing a notice demonstrates that all steps have been taken to identify potential creditors prior to distributing estate funds.

Failure to place a Section 27 Gazette Notice could result in the Personal Representatives becoming personally liable for any potential liabilities to creditors of the estate.

  • Official entry placed in the Gazette.
  • Notice placed in local papers at request.
  • Mitigate any risk from potential creditors.


Section 27 notice £90 + VAT

Section 27 Local Advertisement £POA

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