GOP

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AcronymDefinition
GOPGrand Old Party (US Republican political party)
GOPGroup Of Pictures (MPEG)
GOPGovernment Of the People
GOPGovernment of Portugal
GOPGovernment of Pakistan
GOPGrant of Probate (estates)
GOPGuns of the Patriots (gaming)
GOPGroup of Personalities (EU)
GOPGrumpy Old People (Republican Party slang)
GOPGlobalization of Production
GOPGreedy Old Party (political slang)
GOPGod's Own Party (slang for US Republican party)
GOPGlobal Operation
GOPGroup of Pictures
GOPGraph Oriented Programming
GOPGrand Opposition Party (politics)
GOPGlobal Order Promising (Oracle Solutions)
GOPGross Operating Profit
GOPGlobal Outreach Program
GOPGovernment of Panama
GOPGang of Psychos
GOPGreedy Old People
GOPGet Out and Push
GOPGallant Old Party (original meaning)
GOPGazi Osman Pasa (Istanbul City suburb)
GOPGippsland Offshore Petroleum (Gippsland Basin, Australia)
GOPGrundlagen- und Orientierungsprüfung
GOPGuidelines for Operational Planning (NATO)
GOPGestion des Opérations et de la Production
GOPGood Operating Practice
GOPGeological Operations Report (energy production)
GOPGeneral Operational Plot (US Navy)
GOPGeneral Outpost
GOPGlobal Operating Plan
GOPGeneral Operating Procedure
GOPGods of Plastic (Ultimate Frisbee team)
GOPGestión Organizacional de Proyectos (Spanish: Organizational Project Management)
GOPGame On Pause (forum)
GOPGround Observer Post
GOPGauntlet of Power (item found in D&D-type games)
GOPGenerator Oil Pressure
GOPGhosts of Perdition (gaming clan)
GOPGround Operating Procedure (US DoD)
GOPGlobal Oceanic Pollution (James Edward Scherbarth painting)
GOPGas, Oil and Petrol
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Grant of probate may not be required where an estate is less than pounds 5,000, or where assets are in joint names and typically pass to the surviving spouse or civil partner.
When someone dies in England and Wales, banks and building societies will typically freeze their accounts until the person in charge of dealing with their will, known as the executor or someone acting on their behalf, applies for an official document known as a grant of probate.
This is not always the case and in a lot of cases a grant of probate will be required in order to deal with someone's affairs.
LAST month I mentioned the proposed increase in probate fees which has seen bereaved families and their legal representatives urgently rushing to complete applications for a Grant of Probate.
b) in the preparation of an application for a grant of probate or some other form of administration; or
If you are dealing with closing an estate, ask your solicitor if an application for grant of probate has been submitted.
You will also need to apply to the court for a grant of probate - the legal authority you must obtain before you can begin administering the estate.
A property cannot be vested in your name until such time as a Grant of Probate is obtained to your late aunt's estate.
This is because he left only about pounds 1,000, so it was not necessary to get a grant of probate, let alone pay tax.
I was standing in the Law Courts in Middlesbrough being told I had to go home and ring Newcastle for an appointment to come back to the same building in which I was trying to obtain the grant of probate. How nutty is that?
A IT'S a legal "wrapper" placed around assets - typically life assurance and investments - which when an individual dies allows the policy/investments to be claimed and paid out, avoiding the need to wait for a grant of probate or letters of administration.
However, my bank says a will and grant of probate is needed to close an account.
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