Bodies Corporate (Executors and Administrators) Act, 1928

Grant of administration to a body corporate.

2.—(1) Where the proper person or one of the proper persons to receive a grant of letters of administration is a body corporate, the High Court may grant such letters of administration to such body corporate by its corporate name either, as the circumstances may require, alone or jointly with the other proper person or persons.

(2) A body corporate to whom letters of administration are granted under this Act shall, subject to the rules contained in or made under this Act, have the same rights and be subject to the same liabilities and duties under or in respect of such letters of administration as if it were an individual.