How do I deal with the shares of a Deceased Estate if I am the administrator?

Modified on Thu, 22 Dec 2022 at 11:13 PM

Shares of a Deceased Estate are assets and can be transferred to the beneficiary(ies) or sold for the benefit of the beneficiary(ies) as may be determined by or required of the Administrator (or Executor where a shareholder has left a Will). To facilitate the aforesaid, certified copies of the following documents are required:

  • Deceased shareholder’s death certificate.
  • Letters of Administration, Letter or Order of Appointment or Letter or Order of Probate.
  • Administrator’s/Executor’s national registration card.
  • Letter signed by the Administrator/Executor giving instructions as to the action required to be undertaken in relation to the shares that are under administration.

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