|10||Title:||PROBATE AND ADMINISTRATION ORDINANCE||Gazette Number:|
|Section:||33||Heading:||Revocation of grants and removal of executors||Version Date:||30/06/1997|
(1) Where it appears to the court that a probate or administration either ought not to have been granted or contains an error, the court may call in the probate or administration and if satisfied that it would be revoked at the instance of a party interested, may revoke it.
(2) A probate or administration may be revoked under subsection (1) without being called in if it cannot be called in.
(3) The court may, if satisfied that the due and proper administration of the estate and the interests of the persons beneficially entitled thereto so require, suspend or remove an executor or administrator (other than the Official Administrator) and provide for the succession of another person in place of such executor or administrator and for the vesting in that other person of any property belonging to the estate.