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Supreme Court Rules 1970
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13 Domicile outside New South Wales
If an application for the grant of probate or administration, or for the resealing of a foreign grant, is made in respect of a person who has died while domiciled outside New South Wales, the affidavit in support must include evidence as to:(a) the domicile of the deceased, and(b) the requirements of the law of the domicile:(i) as to the validity of any will made by the deceased, and(ii) as to the persons who may be entitled in distribution of the estate.