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25 .         Persons entitled to administration

        (1)         The Court may grant administration of the estate of a person dying intestate to the following persons (separately or conjointly) being of the full age of 18 years, that is to say to —

            (a)         one or more of the persons entitled in distribution to the estate of the intestate;

            (b)         any other person, whether a creditor or not, if there be no such person entitled as aforesaid resident within the jurisdiction and fit to be so entrusted, or if the person entitled as aforesaid fails, when duly cited, to appear and apply for administration.

        [Section 25 amended: No. 46 of 1972 s. 6(2); No. 57 of 1984 s. 5; No. 21 of 1986 s. 4.]

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