The application may be made by a probate practitioner3 or by an applicant in person4 at any registry or sub-registry. A fee is payable.5 Except on an application under the CPAs 1892 and 1927 for the resealing of probate or administration granted by the court of a country to which those Acts apply,6 a personal applicant may not apply through an agent, whether paid or unpaid, and may not be attended by any person acting or appearing to act as his or her adviser.7 Legal advice will not be given to a personal applicant by an officer of a registry.8

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