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STARVING A CHILD TO DEATH.

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INTESTACY OF PERSONS OF SMALL…

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INTESTACY OF PERSONS OF SMALL MEANS. The Lord Chancellor's Bill allows the widow of an intestate dying worth not more than 100l. or one of his children being of age, or, where none of the issue are of age, an uncle or aunt of any of them, to make affidavit in the county court setting forth the value of' the property; and obtain from the registrar a certified copy entitling the applicant to the receipt of any money due t:) the estate, or the transfer of any share in any society, or the benefit of any interest of the deceased in the funds of any society; and payment to such person is to be valid, any next of kin or lawful repre- sentative of the deceased to be left to their remedy against the person to whom the payment has thus been made. The checks against fraud are these :—The affidavit is not to be made until a month after the death of the intestate, or two months if the registrar has received notice of a will or intention to administer the registrar may require a reference to some person known to him by reputation or otherwise to establish the identity and relationship of the applicant; and if l" the registrar has reason to believe that the property of the deceased exceeds 1001., he is to refuse to take the affidavit until satisfied of its truth.

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