A grant of representation in the United Kingdom is necessary for property of the deceased situated here to be dealt with after the death, except where there is a grant in Scotland or Northern Ireland.64

Otherwise under the current NCPR65, where the deceased died domiciled outside England and Wales, a registrar may order that a grant be issued to:

(a)the person entrusted with the administration of the estate by the court having jurisdiction at the place where the deceased died domiciled;

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