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Estate Administration in the Cayman Islands

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13 Sep 2021

A grant of probate or letters of administration will be necessary when a person dies and leaves Cayman Islands assets in their individual name, such as money in a bank account or shares in a Cayman Islands company. The Succession Act (2006 Revision) (the Succession Act) provides that no person shall take possession of or in any manner administer any part of the estate of a deceased person unless he or she has first obtained from the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands a grant of probate of the will or letters of administration of the estate of such deceased person. Download the PDF to read more.