Bodies Corporate (Executors and Administrators) Act, 1928


4.—(1) In this Act the expression “letters of administration” means and includes all classes of letters of administration of the personal estate or part of the personal estate of a deceased person whether with or without a will annexed and whether granted for general, special or limited purposes, and the word “administrators” where the context so admits includes persons applying for a grant of letters of administration.

(2) In this Act the expression “body corporate” means and includes only a body corporate having a capital for the time being of not less than £50,000 of which not less than £20,000 shall have been paid up in cash.