Document 371293

Queensland Law Reporter – 24 October 2014 – [2014] 41 QLR
A WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT TO THE QUEENSLAND REPORTS — SINCE 1908
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ISSN 0726-0784
WEEK IN REVIEW | 2
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Retirement of Her Hon Chief Judge Patsy Wolfe
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Retirement of His Hon Judge Robin QC
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New District Court Appointments
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The Queensland Reports Online – Reduction in the Cost of the Queensland Reports –
Modernising Law Reporting
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Recent Practice Direction – Claimed costs of complying with subpoena ad testificandum
at $45,000 – Whether reasonable?: Parry v Kennedy [2014] QCA 239
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Judicial Speeches – Judge Richard Kopf of the Federal District Court of Nebraska –
Judicial Duty in Death Penalty Cases
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Judicial Speeches – The Hon Justice Perry of the Federal Court of Australia – The
Implication of Automated Decision Making
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AAT Administrative Arrangements During the G20 Summit
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Recently Passed Acts
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Bills Before the House
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Forthcoming Events
EDITORS’ SELECTION OF NEW CASES | 8
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Traffic – Speeding detected by photographic detection – Vehicle being used by
person other than the owner: Berry v Commissioner of Police [2014] QCA 238
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Criminal Law – Jury member wrongly discharged – Circumstances when
appropriate to question jury members: R v PAR [2014] QCA 248
NEWLY PUBLISHED REPORTS | 11
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Kern Consulting Group Pty Ltd v Opus Capital Ltd [2014] QCA 111
PUBLIC NOTICES | 12
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Notice of intention to apply for Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration
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Notice of intention to apply for Admission to the Legal Profession
GENERAL INFORMATION | 66
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WEEK IN REVIEW
Roger Derrington QC (Editor)
RETIREMENT OF HER HON CHIEF JUDGE PATSY WOLFE
Last Friday, a Valedictory Ceremony was held to mark the retirement of Her Honour, Patsy
Wolfe, the Chief Judge of the District Court of Queensland. Her Honour was appointed to the
District Court in 1995 and was appointed the Chief Judge of the Court in 1999. Her Honour’s
tenure as Chief Judge was the longest of any Chief Judge since the Court was established.
In his speech the Attorney-General and Minister for Justice, the Hon Jarrod Bleijie MP, thanked
her Honour on behalf of the Government for the years of service given to the Court. The
Attorney recognised her Honour’s achievements in developing the Court as a “modern,
progressive and professional court with a wide range of specialist responsibilities outside its
criminal and civil jurisdictions” as well as her Honour’s dedication to her responsibilities with
formidable skill and intellectual rigor. The speech of the Minister is well worth reading in full as
it outlines the Chief Judge’s wide range of remarkable achievements. The Attorney-General
has kindly given his permission for his speech to be published on the Queensland Reports
website and it can be accessed by clicking here.
RETIREMENT OF HIS HON JUDGE ROBIN QC
Last Friday was also the last day on the Bench for his Honour Judge Robin QC who turned 70
on last Sunday. His Honour coincidentally sharing the same date of birth as the Chief Judge.
Judge Robin had served on the District Court for 24 years, having been appointed in 1990. His
Honour was well known for his great intellect, industry and his unfailing politeness in court. He
was skilled across all areas of the law and, in particular, in commercial matters. He will be
missed by the whole of the profession. It is understood that his Honour chose not to have a
Valedictory Ceremony.
NEW DISTRICT COURT APPOINTMENTS
The Attorney-General and Minister for Justice, the Hon Jarrod Bleijie MP has announced a
number of new appointments to the District Court of Queensland. They are:
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Judge Paul Smith who has been appointed as the Judge Administrator of the
District Court.
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Helen Bowskill QC who has been appointed a District Court Judge for Brisbane;
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Dean Morzone QC who has been appointed a District Court Judge for Cairns;
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Suzanne Sheridan who has been appointed a District Court Judge for Brisbane;
and
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Federal Circuit Court Judge Michael Burnett who has been appointed a District
Court Judge for Rockhampton and will replace Judge Smith in that District.
THE QUEENSLAND REPORTS ONLINE – REDUCTION IN COST OF THE
QUEENSLAND REPORTS – MODERNISING LAW REPORTING
The Incorporated Council of Law Reporting (ICLR) has made a number of important
announcements relating to the Queensland Reports and the remodelling of reporting taking into
account modern trends in legal research and access to justice obligations:
Reduction in the cost of the Queensland Reports
The ICLR has announced a dramatic reduction in the cost of subscribing to the Queensland
Reports as from 1 January 2015. The cost of a standard subscription will fall from $420.00 per
year (for bound volumes) to $132.00 per year. That equates to $66.00 per volume. The same
rate will apply to the loose parts subscription which was previously $526.00 per year. This is
identified by the ICLR as being, effectively, the cost of printing and distributing the reports.
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Sale of remaining stocks of Queensland Reports
The ICLR has also announced the sale of its remaining stocks of printed reports at heavily
discounted prices. A full set of the reports is now available at a cost of $3,300 (being about $25
per volume) and single volumes to replace lost volumes or discontinued sets can be acquired
for a similarly low price. Once the customer demand for back editions has been completed the
ICLR will discard the remaining stock and customers needing to replace missing books will have
to acquire them through a print on demand service at the prevailing costs. All enquiries about
subscriptions to the Queensland Reports or purchasing back volumes should be directed to the
Secretary of the ICLR, Mr Jason Rogers, at [email protected]
On-line availability of the Queensland Reports
The ICLR has also announced that it will be publishing the Queensland Reports on line as part
of an attempt to make the authorised reports more widely available to the profession and
litigants. Previously, the only on-line availability was through a subscription with LexisNexis.
From January 2015 the ICLR in conjunction with the Supreme Court Library will be providing
low-cost access to a basic set of all Queensland case law – including a full set of the
Queensland Reports. For as long as it is feasible to do so this service will be made available
free of charge for all users. Further information will be made available towards the end of the
year.
A full length article dealing with the changes to the Queensland Reports can be read in the
latest edition of Hearsay which can be accessed by clicking here.
RECENT PRACTICE DIRECTION – CLAIMED COSTS OF COMPLYING
WITH SUBPOENA AD TESTIFICANDUM AT $45,000 – WHETHER
REASONABLE?
Parry v Kennedy [2014] QCA 239
Court of Appeal (Fraser JA and Applegarth and Boddice JJ)
24 September 2014
In this matter the appellant applied in the trial division for an order pursuant to UCPR 417 that
the respondent pay the appellant the sum of $45,000.00 as being the appellant’s costs of
complying with a subpoena which required that the applicant attend at Court to give evidence.
After an extended hearing the primary judge ordered that the respondent pay the appellant
$800; being his costs of complying with the subpoena; and that the appellant pay the
respondent’s costs of the application. The appellant was a solicitor and the bulk of the costs
claimed for complying with the subpoena were the costs of obtaining advice from his own firm
and from senior and junior counsel as to the issue of whether or not he was entitled to claim
legal professional privilege when he gave evidence. The primary judge held that it was not
appropriate for the solicitor to seek advice about this topic. The appellant appealed.
On appeal the Court of Appeal noted that, as a matter of practice, it was misguided to attempt to
construct reasons for judgment from the comments made by a judge during argument. This
was particularly so when reasons are delivered later. In relation to substantive matters it was
relevant to the Court that the trial in which the appellant was giving evidence was one in which
his former client was a party and that person was legally represented. It followed that, if a
question of privilege was raised, it was a privilege of that former client and that person’s legal
representatives were able to claim privilege if desired and, if necessary, argue the merits of the
claim. The only advice the appellant required was whether he was able to rely upon the client’s
counsel to make a claim for privilege. The Court of Appeal upheld the finding that it was not
reasonable for the appellant to have sought legal advice as to his compliance with the
subpoena and it was further found that there was no merit in any of the grounds of appeal.
In relation to the question of costs, the Court of Appeal detected no error in the primary judge
awarding costs against the appellant where the appellant had failed on the only substantive
issue before the Court; being the question of the amount to be awarded in relation to complying
with the subpoena.
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The appeal was dismissed. The court ordered that the appellant pay the respondent’s costs on
an indemnity basis, primarily because the appeal had been commenced on the erroneous basis
– that the reasons for decision might be detected from the judge’s comments during argument –
and persisted in when it was identified that actual reasons had been delivered by the Court.
The Court also took into account the lack of merit in the appeal.
JUDICIAL SPEECHES – JUDGE RICHARD KOPF OF THE FEDERAL
DISTRICT COURT OF NEBRASKA – JUDICIAL DUTY IN DEATH PENALTY
CASES
The death penalty and the matter of factual innocence
The Queensland Law Reporter does not normally reference the musings of legal scholars,
judges or practitioners found in on-line blogs. The reason is that most blogs contain little more
than streams of consciousness or ephemeral thought bubbles which are too hastily conceived
and posted. However, the same cannot be said of the blog of Federal Court Judge, Richard
Kopf of the Federal District of Nebraska. His website and blog requires an exception be made
to our general practice. In an entry published on his Honour’s blog, “Hercules and the Umpire”,
in early September, Kopf J expressed his carefully considered, albeit controversial position on
the death penalty and particularly how he would approach a case where he believed that a
petitioner for habeas corpus was factually innocent. It is a fact of life that, as a federal judge in
a state which has the death penalty, there is a chance that Kopf J will condemn an innocent
person to death – this fact, however, is one which his Honour accepts as a necessary part of
the system of democratic governance followed and “aggressively” protected by the citizens of
the United States. The role of a judge in the United States, his Honour contends, is to be a
“weak, small and seldom used brake on the passions of the electorate” – given that the
electorate has considered that death is in certain circumstances an appropriate punishment, it is
not for the judiciary to then impose their will under the misguided impression that the electorate
does not have the capacity to knowingly make these types of determinations, but rather its role
is to “fulfil the will of the electorate when it comes to the death penalty even if the unintentional
sacrifice of a small number of innocents is the cost of maintaining a system that the people have
intentionally elected”. He observes that he agrees with the statement of Mr Justice Holmes that
“If my fellow citizens want to go to Hell I will help them. It’s my job”.
Following this articulation of his understanding of the judicial role, his Honour then concluded
that were he was confronted with a case where he knew or believed the petitioner was factually
innocent, but that there was no federal legal remedy available to stop the execution, he was
unsure what he would do, except to the extent that he “would move heaven and earth to stop
the execution, but . . . would not play games with the law to do so”. His Honour, however, then
goes on to state that in three specific hypothetical scenarios he knows what he would do.
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In a case where the petitioner was believed to be factually innocent of murder and there
was no federal legal remedy available to stop the execution, Kopf J would allow the
execution to proceed if satisfied that there was precedent that compelled this result; ie
that factual innocence is not, alone, sufficient to warrant stopping the process.
2.
In a case where the petitioner was believed to be factually innocent of murder and there
was no federal legal remedy available to stop the execution, Kopf J would allow the
execution to proceed if satisfied that the petitioner could resort to a fair and speedy
pardon process prior to the execution.
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In a case where the petitioner was factually innocent of murder and there was no legal
remedy available to stop the execution, Kopf J would allow the execution to proceed “if
satisfied that the petitioner had ‘sat on his rights’ thus contributing to the absence of a
legal remedy to address his innocence”.
Though to Australians all of this is controversial, it is the last of these scenarios which has
sparked the most debate on his Honour’s blog. The full-text of this entry and the related
commentary can be found on Judge Kopf’s blog, “Hercules and the Umpire”, or by clicking here.
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JUDICIAL SPEECHES – THE HON JUSTICE PERRY OF THE FEDERAL
COURT OF AUSTRALIA – THE IMPLICATION OF AUTOMATED DECISION
MAKING
iDecide: The legal implications of automated decision-making
In a paper, presented at the recent Cambridge Centre for Public Law Conference 2014, her
Honour, Justice Mellisa Perry, of the Federal Court, considered the use of automated decisionmaking processes in government and particularly in what circumstances it was appropriate that
they be employed. Automated decision-making processes are a common feature in the
execution of government business, yet there is currently only a very limited understanding of the
administrative law implications of the use of these processes. In this presentation her Honour
focused upon the legality of automated decision-making processes. Her analysis of the
potential impacts on procedural fairness and the need to safeguard access to merits and judicial
review are contained in the paper which has been submitted for publication.
Turning firstly to a consideration of the fundamental principle that the actions of the State must
have positive authorisation, Perry J considered that it was incorrect to assume that because
power was lawfully vested in a senior public servant, this authority automatically extended to an
automated system. Instead, Perry J argued that delegation to an automated process must be
express, though this delegation itself raises its own, unique set of problems not limited to
determining who exactly is the “decision-maker” and whether the concept of “delegation” is
appropriate in this context. Her Honour went on to highlight another “challenge” posed by the
adoption of automated decision-making processes, namely the need to ensure the accuracy of
the substantive law applied by these automated processes. Of particular concern for her
Honour was the potential for serious coding errors created, in part, by the often fluid nature of
the law, and compounded by the fact that those “translating” the law into code are often
unfamiliar with the law. Further, while the strength of automation is its capacity to deliver
greater efficiencies of scale, this is also its weakness, as even a minor programming error would
be replicated across many thousands of decisions. Lastly her Honour spoke on the
circumstances in which it was appropriate to use these automated processes, and questioned
whether though more efficient and cost-effective, it was an appropriate means of making many
administrative decisions given that this type of decision-making has traditionally been marked
by the extensive application of decision-maker discretion. Justice Perry concluded by
acknowledging the many benefits that employing automated decision-making has on the
consistency, accuracy and timeliness of the decision-making processes of government,
however, her Honour cautioned that these efficiencies must not be allowed “to compromise
society’s commitment to an administrative law system that is fair, transparent and accountable”.
The full-text of Justice Perry’s speech can be found via the Federal Court’s website or by
clicking here.
AAT ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS DURING G20 SUMMIT
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal has announced its administrative arrangements for the
period of time during which the G20 Summit is occurring in Brisbane. It is as follows:
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No Queensland or Northern Territory matters, apart from urgent matters and those
that have already been listed, will be heard during the week of the G20 Summit
commencing 10 November 2014.
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Telephone conferences for Queensland and the Northern Territory that have
already been listed will proceed as normal.
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If a matter is urgent, the Queensland Registry should be contacted on:
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Telephone: 07 3361 3000
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Email:[email protected]
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The Queensland Registry will remain open from Monday 10 to Thursday 13
November 2014, but will be closed on Friday 14 November 2014 for the public
holiday.
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Lodgement of documents by email will not be affected by the G20.
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RECENTLY PASSED ACTS
The House was not sitting in the past week and no legislation has been enacted.
BILLS BEFORE THE HOUSE
A number of other Bills have been dealt with by Committee in the past week including the
following:
Environmental Protection and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014
(Report received from Committee 22 October 2014).
Queensland Heritage and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014
(Report received from Committee 22 October 2014).
FORTHCOMING EVENTS
The Selden Society
Fourth Lecture: “Treatises of the Common Law” by Associate Professor Warren
Swain
20 November 2014 – 5:15 pm to 6:15 pm
Supreme Court Library
Level 12 Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law
415 George Street, Brisbane
This is last of the Selden Society’s series of four lectures for this year which generally concern
the sources of Legal History, the development of those sources and their use. It will be
presented by Associate Professor Warren Swain of the TC Beirne School of Law who is one of
the leading Legal Historians in the country at this time, having previously been a lecturer at
Oxford, the University of Birmingham and the University of Durham. He is presently the
Professor in Residence at the Supreme Court of Queensland Library. Dr Swain’s paper will
consider those seminal watershed events in the history of the common law when academics
brought together the disparate strands of authority into a, more or less, cohesive theory thereby
reshaping legal taxonomy.
Registration is via the Supreme Court Library website which can be accessed by clicking here
or directly by email to [email protected]
Corporate Liability and Compliance Seminar
6 November 2014
Customs House, 399 Queen Street, Brisbane
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Corporate liability and compliance is one of the new burgeoning areas of the law and it is
fortunate that this important seminar is taking place in Brisbane during November ahead of the
G20 Summit. The Seminar is being conducted jointly by the TC Beirne School of Law,
Transparency International – Australia and the Basel Institute on Governance. The seminar will
address the past, present and future of corporate liability law and will be addressed by the
internationally renowned Ms Gemma Aiolfi who will share her extensive experience in
compliance, integrity risk management and collective action. Ms Aiolfi is the head of
Compliance, Corporate Governance, and Collective Action at the Basel Institute on
Governance. Also addressing the seminar will be Ms Jane Ellis, formerly of Ashurst, who has
extensive experience in corporate governance and compliance both within Australia and
internationally. The topics for the seminar include:
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A review of key common and civil law approaches to corporate accountability for
crime and the likely development of this area of regulation.
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The implications for multinational companies, their board members and employees
in relation to corporate compliance from a transnational perspective.
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The challenges of implementing effective systems for compliance.
More information in relation to this important seminar (which is CPD accredited) can be found
on the website of the University of Queensland and can be accessed by clicking here.
W A Lee Lecture 2014
27 November 2014 – 6:00 pm
Banco Court, Supreme Court of Queensland
Level 3 Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law
415 George Street, Brisbane
The Faculty of Law of the Queensland University of Technology has announced that the 2014
W A Lee Lecture will be given by the Hon Justice David Jackson on the topic, “The second limb
of Barnes v Addy; a taxonomy in tatters. The lecture will be chaired by the Chief Justice.
Registration for this important event can be done on-line at the website of the Queensland
University of Technology Law School which can be accessed by clicking here.
Exchange of Christmas Greetings
17 December 2014 – 9:15 am
Banco Court, Supreme Court of Queensland
Level 3 Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law
415 George Street, Brisbane
The Supreme Court has announced that the traditional Exchange of Christmas Greetings will be
held in the Banco Court of the Supreme Court of Queensland on Wednesday 17 December
2014 at 9:15 am. Newly appointed Queens Counsel will announce their appointments to the
Court.
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EDITORS’ SELECTION OF NEW CASES
The following cases have been selected for reporting in the Queensland Reports this week:
TRAFFIC – SPEEDING DETECTED BY PHOTOGRAPHIC DETECTION –
VEHICLE BEING USED BY PERSON OTHER THAN THE OWNER
Berry v Commissioner of Police [2014] QCA 238
Court of Appeal (Holmes and Morrison JJA and North J)
23 September 2014
This recent decision of the Court of Appeal outlines the requirements of “reasonable control” as
it pertains to liability arising under s 114 of the Transport Operations (Road Use Management)
Act 1995 (“the Act”). Section 114(1) provides that where an “offence happens and the offence
is detected by a photographic detection device, a person is taken to have committed the offence
if the person was the person in charge of the vehicle that was involved . . . at the time the
offence happened even though the actual offender may have been someone else”. A person
may successfully defend this charge, however, where they are able to prove, inter alia that they
were not the driver and they have notified the commissioner or chief executive that the person
did not know and could not, with reasonable diligence, have ascertained the name and address
of the person in charge of the vehicle at the time the offence happened (s 114(3)(b)(ii)). The
person must also notify the commissioner of the matters in s 114(3)(b)(ii) and show that at the
time of the incident they were exercising reasonable control over the vehicle’s use and had
reasonable way of finding out the name and address of the person in charge of the vehicle at
any given time and that after the event they had taken proper steps to find out the identity of the
driver.
This appeal arose out the appellant’s conviction for a speeding offence in Brisbane involving a
vehicle registered to her. At the time of the offence the appellant was interstate, and the
relevant vehicle was stored, locked, in her garage and the keys were hidden in her house.
Whilst she was away, some of her family were staying in her house, however they had not
asked, nor been given permission, to drive the vehicle. [5]–[13]. Following the commission of
the offence the appellant tried to ascertain who had been driving the vehicle – she questioned
those with access to her house whether they had used the car or knew who had – though she
was unsuccessful in obtaining this information. [14]–[22]. Her nephew was subsequently,
charged with other offences relating to using the vehicle during this period, though he was
ultimately found not guilty through want of adequate identification. [25]. Following her conviction
in the Magistrates’ Court, the appellant appealed to the District Court which upheld the
conviction on the basis, inter alia, that her statutory declaration was deficient, [34], and further
that even were it sufficient the defence was not established because the appellant had failed to
exercise “reasonable control as against her relatives holding house keys and especially against
those who were housesitting”. [35]. It is this decision that was the subject of the present appeal.
In undertaking this review, the Court initially addressed the issue of whether, for the purposes of
s 114(4), the appellant’s statutory declaration was deficient given that it “made no reference
whatsoever to any system in place for identifying the driver, nor did it disclose the reasonable
exercise of control of the use of the car”. [34]. Upon reviewing the relevant statutory provisions
the Court concluded that as the legislation merely required that the statutory declaration notify
the commissioner “about the matters specified,” the appellant was not required to “set out the
entirety of the evidence that might be called to prove [these] matters,” [54], and consequently
held that the primary judge had erred and that leave to appeal ought be granted. See [46]–[60].
The Court then turned to the critical question of whether the evidence provided established that
the appellant had exercised “reasonable control” over her vehicle’s use at the time of the
offence. [61].
The term “reasonable” implies a standard that differs depending upon the specific
circumstances of the situation. [62]. Particularly significant, in this case, was the fact that the
vehicle in question was a private vehicle used for private purposes, [64], [73]. Given these
circumstances and the evidence led by the appellant (at trial) that the vehicle was locked, the
keys hidden and no one was granted permission to use the vehicle the Court concluded that the
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appellant had been exercising reasonable control. [64]–[65]. Further, the Court also
considered that given the private nature of the vehicle it was unnecessary for the appellant to
have any “positive system” in place for determining the driver of the vehicle, [73], see also [66]–
[74], and further, that her questioning of the potential drivers, by phone, after-the-fact was
sufficient to satisfy the final element of the s 114(6) defence. [75], [78]–[80]. Given this
conclusion, the Court allowed the appeal.
CRIMINAL LAW – JURY MEMBER WRONGLY DISCHARGED –
CIRCUMSTANCES WHEN APPROPRIATE TO QUESTION JURY MEMBERS
R v PAR [2014] QCA 248
Court of Appeal (Fraser JA and Atkinson and Jackson JJ)
3 October 2014
In this recent appeal against conviction, the Court considered the manner in which complaints
about jurors should be dealt with and the circumstances which would warrant the discharge of
an individual juror. This question arose by way of an appeal of conviction by PAR (the
“applicant”) who argued that, inter alia, there had been a miscarriage of justice during his trial
because: (a) there had been a “fundamental irregularity in the conduct of the trial, namely, the
way in which a juror was discharged from it,” and (b) “because the information provided to the
trial judge about the [the juror in question] was insufficient to support her discharge”. [40]. The
relevant facts of this matter are as follows. During the initial trial a note was passed up to the
judge expressing the concern of a number of jurors about the suitability of juror 4, whom they
alleged did “not seem to understand the importance of this task [being a juror] and ha[d] no
input with discussions”. [41]. Following receipt of this note the judge and both counsel
questioned a number of the jurors, including the speaker regarding their impressions of juror 4
and (obliquely) her capacity to make a decision. They also questioned juror 4. [42]–[49]. The
appellant, in the present application, alleged that: (a) the information received by the judge did
not justify the subsequent individual interrogation of the jurors; [51], and (b) even if this conduct
had been warranted, the information obtained did not justify the discharge of juror 4. [52].
Though acknowledging the difficulties faced by trial judges when circumstances such as these
arise, see [54], the Court ultimately concluded that the “enquiry which preceded the discharge of
juror number 4 miscarried”. The Court reasoned that the initial note received by the judge did
not suggest that juror 4 lacked “deliberative capacity”, rather, that it merely expressed an
opinion about her attitude to her role, [55], and the fact that at the particular stage of the
proceeding she had not engaged in any discussion about the case was not significant given that
the evidence had not been completed. [56], see also R v Roberts. While some action was
required to respond to the note and the concerns of some of the jurors, the Court considered
that instructions to the jury as a whole may have been more appropriate, though it did not fault
the trial judge for separately questioning the note’s author – this conduct fell within the trial
judge’s discretion. [58]. The trial judge did, however, fall into error when he proceeded to
separately question the other jurors as the circumstances giving rise to the risk that a “true
verdict” would not be reached and that questioning was confined to the issue of the “deliberative
capacity” of a single juror which could have been determined from information supplied by a
reliable source, [62], or through precise and careful questioning of juror 4 by the trial judge. See
also [67]. Though a trial judge has the discretion to permit counsel to question a juror in relation
to the possible discharge of that or another juror, the circumstances in which this would be
appropriate are rare. [63]. Further, the risks associated with individually questioning numerous
jurors, for example that the information obtained will be contradictory – as was the case here –
mean that it is a very rare situation where multiple jurors are separately interrogated. [61], [64].
Despite, however, the determination that the process engaged in by the trial judge, with the
consent of both counsel, was flawed and the necessity for the order discharging the juror arose
from these errors, it concluded that the order was appropriate and lawful. [68]–[69]. Further,
the Court considered that there had not been a miscarriage of justice as there was no “failure to
observe a mandatory legislative provision relating to the constitution or authority of the jury”,
[73], and despite the errors, the appellant was found guilty by a properly constituted jury
following a fair trial. [72]-[75]. For these reasons the appeal was denied.
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R M Derrington QC
Editor: Queensland Reports
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NEWLY PUBLISHED REPORTS
CORPORATIONS – MANAGED INVESTMENTS – RESPONSIBLE ENTITY –
APPOINTMENT OF AGENT AS CUSTODIAN – WHERE AGENT IS LEGAL
OWNER OF PROPERTY AND CONTRACTING PARTY – WANT OF
PARTIES TO SUE
Kern Consulting Group Pty Ltd v Opus Capital Ltd [2014] QCA 111
In 2002 D granted a lease of premises to the first applicant and in 2003 the second applicant
gave a guarantee of the first applicant’s performance under the lease. The term of the lease
was renewed and the guarantee applied to that renewed lease.
The respondent was the responsible entity of a managed investment scheme under Chapter 5C
of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), and the premises were an asset of the fund of that scheme.
Sections 601FB(1) and 601FB(2) relevantly provide that a responsible entity is to operate the
scheme and perform the functions conferred on it, and that it may appoint an agent to do
anything that it is authorised to do. Section 601FC(2) relevantly provides that a responsible
entity holds scheme property on trust for scheme members.
In 2003 the respondent as the responsible entity of the scheme appointed P as its agent to
provide custodial services pursuant to a custody agreement, and by 2008 P became the
registered owner of the legal title to the premises and acquired the reversion under the renewed
lease.
The respondent (and not P as registered owner) sued the applicants for rent and other moneys
payable under the renewed lease and the guarantee.
The application by the applicants to strike out the respondent’s statement of claim for want of
proper parties was dismissed.
The applicants sought leave to appeal against that decision.
Held, per Jackson J (Fraser and Gotterson JJA agreeing), granting leave to appeal and allowing
the appeal:
(1)
That a money claim for rent and other moneys under a lease is a contractual cause of
action. [18].
Willmott Growers Group Inc v Willmott Forests Ltd (Receivers and Managers Appointed)
(In liq) (2013) 88 ALJR 132 applied.
(2)
That a money claim upon a guarantee, including a claim for indemnity, is also a
contractual cause of action. [20].
(3)
That in this case there was no basis under ss 601FB and 601FC, or otherwise, for
converting the respondent into a party to a contract made by P as its agent (being the
lease and the guarantee) so to enable the respondent to sue upon the same. [23], [30] –
[36], [43].
Meriton Apartments Pty Ltd v Industrial Court of New South Wales (2011) 284 ALR 130
applied.
Public Trustee of Queensland v Opus Capital Ltd [2013] QSC 131 considered.
(4)
That the role and duties of a responsible entity under ss 601FB and 601FC are
analogous to the role and duties of a trustee. [29] – [32].
(5)
That in this case neither the constitution of the scheme nor s 601FC(1)(m) had the effect
of vesting legal ownership in the respondent of any chose in action held by P to recover a
money sum pursuant to the lease or the guarantee. [42].
(6)
That in the circumstances the proceeding was defective for want of parties as P (and not
the respondent) held the relevant chose in action for a contractual cause of action. [44].
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PUBLIC NOTICES
12
Notice of intention to apply for Grant
of Probate or Letters of Administration
ALLEN, LEON AMBROSE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 5 September
2007 of the late LEON AMBROSE ALLEN of 132 Gayndah Road, Maryborough, deceased, will
be made by HENG LUAN ALLEN (also known as ADELINE ALLEN) and LEON MICHAEL
ALLEN to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by: BELL DIXON BUTLER, Wills & Estate Lawyers 12 Bideford Street, Torquay Qld
4655.
ANDREWS, VERNON SIDNEY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 3 December
2008 of VERNON SIDNEY ANDREWS formerly of 55 Ma Ma Lilydale Road, Gatton in the State
of Queensland and late of Carinity Aged Care Karinya, 26 Samuel Street, Laidley in the State of
Queensland, deceased will be made by LEILA PEACH and NEVILLE PEACH (also known as
NEVILLE REGINALD PEACH) to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by McNAMARA & ASSOCIATES 11 William Street, Gatton.
ANISCHENKO, VLADIMIR
After fourteen (14) days from today an application for a grant of representation will be made to
the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane as follows:
Deceased: VLADIMIR ANISCHENKO.
Last Address: Regis Aged Care, Bulimba.
Address in Will: 1 Sherry Street, Carseldine in the State of Queensland.
Date of Death: 11 September 2014.
Applicants: LUDMILA LINARI of 2/31903 Harbour Road, Hamilton in the State of Queensland.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated the 15th day of November 2006.
Caveat: If you wish to object to or be heard upon the Application you may file a caveat in the
Supreme Court Registry mentioned above at any time before the grant is made.
Creditors: All creditors in the Estate of the Deceased are hereby required to send particulars of
their claim to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of
which time the Applicants will proceed to distribute the assets of the Deceased amongst the
persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said Applicants shall then
have had notice.
Applicant's Solicitors: DEACON & MILANI, Solicitors, Level 18, 307 Queen Street, Brisbane Qld
4000.
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ARNOLD, COLIN JOHN
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 25 March 2014
of COLIN JOHN ARNOLD of 9 Seib Street Kilcoy in the State of Queensland, deceased, will be
made by KAY FRANCIS DODIMEAD and LORNA ELIZABETH ARNOLD to the Supreme Court
at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
Any creditors of the Estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's
Solicitors within six (6) weeks of the date of publication of this Notice.
Lodged by: NORMAN & KINGSTON Solicitors 19 Cressbrook Street Toogoolawah Q 4313.
ASLETT, GEORGE SYMINGTON
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated the 15th day of
August 2013 of GEORGE SYMINGTON ASLETT late of 23 Marine Parade, Geoffrey Bay,
Arcadia in the State of Queensland, deceased will be made by ANTHONY WILLIAM COLLINS
of 56 Warburton Street, North Ward, Townsville in the State of Queensland to the Supreme
Court of Queensland at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that Registry.
If you wish to object to or be heard upon the application, you may file a Caveat in the Supreme
Court Registry mentioned above at any time before the grant is made. Any creditors of the
estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's Solicitors within 6 weeks
of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by Solicitors: CONNOLLY SUTHERS of AMP Building, 416 Flinders Street, Townsville,
Qld, 4810.
BAILEY, JAMES WILLIAM
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration on intestacy of
JAMES WILLIAM BAILEY late of unit 6, 55 Lang Street, Morningside in the State of Queensland
deceased will be made by MICHELLE MARIE BAILEY to the Supreme Court of Queensland at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that Registry.
Lodged by: FRASER POWER, solicitor, of 52 Barker Street, East Brisbane, Queensland, 4169.
BAKER, WILLIAM ARTHUR
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated Friday, 18 July
2014 of WILLIAM ARTHUR BAKER formerly of 1 Camira Court, South Bingera Qld 4670 in the
State of Queensland deceased will be made by TIFFANY JANE LANG to the Supreme Court at
Rockhampton.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a Caveat in that registry.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect of the
abovenamed deceased is required to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's solicitors
within six (6) weeks of the date of publication of this notice at the expiration of which time the
Executrix will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testator among the persons entitled thereto
having regard only to the claims of which the said Executrix shall then have had notice.
Lodged by BAKER O'BRIEN & TOLL Solicitors, 7 Maryborough Street, Bundaberg (PO Box
380), Queensland, 4670.
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BAKER, WILLIAM ERNEST
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate on the Will dated 12 August 2013
of WILLIAM ERNEST BAKER late of Clearwaters, Unit 7, 2 North Street, Golden Beach in the
State of Queensland, deceased will be made by ARTHUR WILLIAM BAKER to the Supreme
Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the estate of the deceased are required to send in particulars of their claim to the
undersigned within 6 weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which time, pursuant to
Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the applicants will proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the
applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by CROUCH & CO SOLICITORS, PO Box 1176, North Lakes, Qld 4509.
BARNES, SELWYN ALBERT
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 16th February
2008 of SELWYN ALBERT BARNES late of Wongaburra Garden Settlement Beaudesert
Queensland deceased will be made by DAVID JOHN BARNES and LOIS ALICE YATES to the
Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any persons having a claim, whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, in regard to the
estate of the above named deceased person, are hereby required to send in particulars of such
claim to the executors solicitors named below no later than six weeks from the date hereof at
the expiration of which time the executors of the will of the abovenamed deceased will proceed
to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only
to the claims of which the executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: W.T. ATTHOW SOLICITOR 45 Brisbane Street Beaudesert Queensland.
BAXTER, JOYCE ALMA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 16 November
1990 of JOYCE ALMA BAXTER late of Lions Haven for the Aged, 9 Pendraat Parade, Hope
Island Qld 4212 deceased will be made by JOHN FRANCIS WOULFE to the Supreme Court of
Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor and all other persons having a claim against the estate are required to send
particulars of their claim to the applicants' solicitors within 6 weeks of the date of publication of
this notice, at the expiration of which time pursuant to section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 the
Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled
thereto having regard only to the claims of which the Executors shall then have had notice.
Date of Death: 29 August 2014.
Lodged by: JOHN WOULFE Solicitor Shop 2 Ashmore Plaza Cotlew Street Ashmore 4214.
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BELLION, SUSAN MARGARET
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 8 October 2001
of SUSAN MARGARET BELLION late of 8 Pentland Close, Birkdale, Queensland deceased will
be made by IAN THOMAS BELLION to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a Caveat in that registry.
All persons or creditors having a claim against the estate of the deceased are hereby required
to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at
the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the applicant will
proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having
regard only to the claims of which the said applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: SPEAKMAN LAWYERS, Shop 1A, Capalaba Park Shopping Centre, Cnr Redland
Bay and Mt Cotton Roads, Capalaba Qld 4157.
BERGH, BERYL
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 13 October 2010
of BERYL BERGH late of 6267 The Parkway, Sanctuary Cove, Queensland, deceased, will be
made by RONALD PETER LOS to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicant will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicant will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to him.
Lodged by: de KORTE LAWYERS Equity Court Suite 3, First Floor, 33 Sanders Street, Upper
Mt Gravatt Qld 4122.
BERIGAN, ALMA DOROTHY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 28 September
1999 of ALMA DOROTHY BERIGAN, late of Villa La Salle Retirement Village, 32 Bauer Street,
Southport in the State of Queensland, formerly of 24 Ernest Street, Southport In the State of
Queensland, deceased will be made by PATRICK STEPHEN BERIGAN and DANIEL KEVIN
BERIGAN to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicants' solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period the Applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the Applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by: STEPHENS & TOZER SOLICITORS Level 7, Primary Producers House 183 North
Quay Brisbane Q 4000.
BICKLE, KERROD GEORGE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 17th July, 2014
of KERROD GEORGE BICKLE late of 108 Plahn Street, North Rockhampton, Queensland,
deceased will be made by MICHAEL GERALD STOCKALL to the Supreme Court at
Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: MICHAEL STOCKALL Solicitor PO Box 268 Rockhampton Q 4700.
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BLACK, DONALD JOHN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 16 September
1997 of DONALD JOHN BLACK late of Proserpine Nursing Home, 42 Anzac Road, Proserpine
in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by PATRICIA NELL BLACK to the Supreme
Court at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Creditors Notice: All creditors in the estate of the Deceased are hereby required to send in
particulars of their claim to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at the
expiration of which time the said Sole Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the
Testator amongst the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said
Sole Executor shall then have had notice.
Lodged by MACROSSAN & AMIET, Solicitors, 55 Gordon Street, Mackay Qld 4740.
BRADFORD, CHRISTINE HELEN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 12 August 2014
of CHRISTINE HELEN BRADFORD late of 7 Satinwood Court, Bardon, Queensland deceased
will be made by SUSAN IVY COULTHARD to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors and other persons having a claim against the estate of the deceased are required
to send particulars of their claim to the applicant's solicitor within 6 weeks from the date of
publication of this notice at the expiration of which time, pursuant to section 67 of the Trusts Act
1973 (Qld), the executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the executor has notice.
Lodged by MCINNES WILSON LAWYERS, GPO Box 1089, Brisbane Qld 4001.
BRADLEY, LAURENCE CHARLES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 19 July 2011 of
LAURENCE CHARLES BRADLEY late of 76 Lawn Crescent, Yeppoon, Queensland, deceased,
will be made by MYRL BRADLEY to the Supreme Court at Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to her.
Lodged by: ROBERT HARRIS RIVETT LAWYERS 21 James Street, Yeppoon Qld 4703.
BRIGGS, ETHEL MAY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated the 13th day of
November, 2012 of ETHEL MAY BRIGGS late of Clifford House, Baptist Aged Care, 44 Jimbour
Street, Wooloowin, Brisbane in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by CAROLYN
JANICE CEREZO and BRUCE GORDON RAYMOND to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Creditors: All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the
Applicant's solicitors within six (6) weeks of the date of publication of this Notice. At the
expiration of that time, the Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the Estate of the
deceased among the persons entitled, having regard only to claims of which the Executors shall
then have had notice.
Lodged by: HILLHOUSE BURROUGH McKEOWN, Lawyers, Level 7, 102 Adelaide Street,
Brisbane, Qld 4000.
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BROOKMAN, JOHN MONFRIES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 7 November
1996 of JOHN MONFRIES BROOKMAN late of 22 Intrepid Court, Newport, 4020, in the State
of Queensland deceased will be made by JUDITH ANNE BROOKMAN to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any person having any claim whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise must send
particulars of the person's claim to JUDITH ANNE BROOKMAN not later than 6 weeks after the
date of publication of this Notice, after which date, pursuant to s.67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the
Applicant will distribute the Estate of the Deceased having regard only to the claims of which the
Applicant has notice
Lodged by JUDITH ANNE BROOKMAN of 22 Intrepid Court Newport Qld 4020 (the applicant).
BROWN, LESLIE WILLIAM (also known as WILLIAM LESLIE BROWN)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 14th January
2009 of LESLIE WILLIAM BROWN also known as WILLIAM LESLIE BROWN late of Proserpine
Nursing Home, Proserpine formerly of 56 Davison Road, Wilson Beach via Proserpine
deceased, will be made by me ALFRED JOHN BROWN to the Supreme Court at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Creditors: All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars
of their claim to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which
time the said Applicant will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said executor shall then have had
notice.
Lodged by RJ TAYLOR LAW Solicitors 15 Chapman Street Proserpine Qld 4800.
BROWN, NOEL REX
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 30 March 2006 of
NOEL REX BROWN late of 18 Oasis Court, Woombye Queensland 4559 deceased, will be
made by BENITA FLORENCE BROWN to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to her.
Lodged by: WGC SOLICITORS PTY LTD t/a WARREN GARDINER & CO SOLICITORS &
NOTARY PUBLIC NAB Building Suite 4, Level 1, 38 Queen Street, Nambour Qld 4560.
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BUCKLEY, THELMA MARGARET
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated the 20th day of
November 2008 of THELMA MARGARET BUCKLEY late of Princess Alexandra Hospital,
Woolloongabba, Brisbane, Queensland, formerly of 127 Molloy Road, Morningside, in the State
of Queensland, 4170, deceased, will be made by RAYMOND JOHN BUCKLEY to the Supreme
Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to him.
Lodged by: MARTINEZ LAWYERS PO Box 348 Morningside Qld 4170.
BURDEN, MAVIS RUBY
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 26 August, 2013
of MAVIS RUBY BURDEN late of Ozcare, 48 Tainton Street, Clontarf, Queensland, deceased,
will be made by LYNETTE LILLIAS KOOPMANS to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to her.
Lodged by: BIG LAW PTY LTD Shop 4, 363 Gympie Road, Strathpine Qld 4500.
BUTCHER, ANTHONY KENNETH
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the will dated 2 July 2012 of
ANTHONY KENNETH BUTCHER late of Opal Ashmore Aged Care, 100 Wardoo Street,
Ashmore Qld 4214 address in Will 83/11 Treasure Island Drive, Biggera Waters Qld 4216
(deceased) will be made by IAN ANTHONY BUTCHER and JACQUELINE NANKIVELL to the
Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor and all other persons having a claim against the estate are required to send
particulars of their claim to the applicant's Solicitors on or before 42 days from the date of this
publication after which date by virtue of section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 the said applicant will
proceed to distribute the estate of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having
regard only to the claims of which the Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by WOODFORD-CARR & ASSOCIATES SOLICITORS, 12 Falkinder Avenue, Paradise
Point Qld 4216 or P.O. Box 714, Paradise Point Qld 4216.
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CAIRD, JESSIE MARGARET
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 7 August 2002 of
JESSIE MARGARET CAIRD late of 84 Pennycuick Street, Rockhampton deceased will be
made by ROBYN MARGARET ANDERSON, CHRISTINE LINDA BARTON and DEBORAH
HELEN MALLORY to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons or creditors having a claim against the estate of the deceased are hereby required
to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at
the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Applicants will
proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto having
regard only to the claims of which the said Applicants shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: REES R & SYDNEY JONES Solicitors, Level 1, 55 Denham Street Rockhampton
Qld 4700.
CALDWELL, MICHAEL PATRICK
After 14 days from today an application for grant of Letters of Administration of MICHAEL
PATRICK CALDWELL of 903 Euluma Creek road, Julatten, Queensland, deceased will be
made by PATRICK GERARD CALDWELL and MARGARET BERYL CALDWELL to the
Supreme Court at Cairns.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by BOLT BURCHILL TRANTER LAWYERS PO Box 353 Mossman Qld 4873.
CASSIDY, HORACE HENRY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 20 May 2013 of
HORACE HENRY CASSIDY late of 88 Mount Warren Boulevard, Mount Warren Park in the
State of Queensland deceased will be made by MICHAEL JAMES CASSIDY and PATRICIA
JOY ANDERSON to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Pursuant to section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, all persons having any claim to the estate,
whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, are required to send particulars of their claim to
the applicant's solicitors no later than six weeks after the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by: QUINN & SCATTINI LAWYERS 2/102 Adelaide Street, Brisbane Qld 4000.
CHIVERALL, HERBERT
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 14th day of
January 2013 of HERBERT CHIVERALL late of 209 Birkdale Road, Birkdale in the State of
Queensland, deceased will be made by PETER DENIS BARRETT to the Supreme Court of
Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claim to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which time
the said applicant will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said applicant shall then have had
notice.
Date of death: 22/08/14.
Lodged by: HOPPER GREEN YORK Solicitors Suite 6a, 26-28 Redland Bay Road Capalaba,
Qld 4157.
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CHURCH, ANDREW RALPH (also known as ARON LANDERS)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
ANDREW RALPH CHURCH, who changed his name by common usage to and was known at
the date of his death as ARON LANDERS late of 146 Lakewood Drive, Kallangur, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by MARIA ANN BARTLETT to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: DEAN HARVEY SOLICITOR PTY LTD Wongabel Centre Suite 6, 16 Marshall Lane,
Kenmore Qld 4069.
CLARK, BERYL MONICA
After 14 days from today an application for Letters of Administration with the Will dated 22
November 2004 of BERYL MONICA CLARK of Palm Lodge, 424 Bowen Bridge Road, New
Farm in the State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by BRIAN JAMES CLARK to the
Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's
Solicitors within 6 weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by: BIDDLE LAWYERS, PO Box 3095, Victoria Point West, Qld, 4165.
CLARK, COLIN ALFRED
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 26th November
2007 of COLIN ALFRED CLARK late of 35 Coase Street, Gladstone, in the State of
Queensland, deceased, will be made by WILLIAM HAROLD JOSEPH CLARKE to the Supreme
Court at Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any person having any claim whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise must send
particulars of the person's claim to the Applicant's Solicitors (identified below) not later than the
date which is 6 weeks after the date of publication of this Notice, after which date, pursuant to
s.67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Applicant will distribute the estate of the deceased having
regard only to the claims of which the Applicant has notice.
Lodged by: CHRIS TREVOR & ASSOCIATES LAWYERS of 62 Goondoon Street, Gladstone
Qld 4680.
CLEGG, VIOLET ELLEN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 28 June 2001 of
VIOLET ELLEN CLEGG late of Arcare Aged Care, 8 Janice Street, Slacks Creek in the State of
Queensland but formerly and in the Will described as of 13 Brick Street, Kingston in the State of
Queensland, deceased will be made by CHRISTINE BYRNE to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send particulars of their claim
to the Applicant's solicitors within six weeks of the date hereof at the expiration of which time
the Applicant will proceed to distribute the assets of the Deceased amongst the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by COLVILLE JOHNSTONE LAWYERS, 15 Middle Street (PO Box 212), Cleveland
4163.
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CLEWS, PANSY MARGARET
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 14 January 2004
of PANSY MARGARET CLEWS late of 99 Pennycuick Street, Rockhampton Queensland,
formerly of 17 Byron Street, Alpha, Queensland deceased, will be made by CHERYLL
BRONWYN BUREY to the Supreme Court at Rockhampton.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: JOHN CROSSAN & COMPANY Solicitors & Notary 14 Borilla Street, Emerald Qld
4720.
COGHILL, RALPH THOMAS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 30 May 2006 of
RALPH THOMAS COGHILL late of PresCare Vela, 141 Fursden Road, Carina, Queensland will
be made by NEIL THOMAS COGHILL and CARMEL ISABEL DOHERTY (referred to in the will
as CARMEL ISOBEL DOHERTY) to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to McCULLOUGH ROBERTSON, 66 Eagle Street, Brisbane, Queensland within six (6)
weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which time, pursuant to section 67 Trusts Act
1973, the executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the executor shall then have had
notice.
Lodged by: McCULLOUGH ROBERTSON LAWYERS, Level 11, 66 Eagle Street, Brisbane Qld
4000.
CONNELL, BRIAN FRANCIS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 4th April, 1999 of
BRIAN FRANCIS CONNELL late of 1 Fairleigh Court, Woorim in the State of Queensland,
deceased will be made by MICHAEL EDMOND BANKS to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by HEDE BYRNE & HALL PTY LTD (ACN 132 723 481), Lawyers, an Incorporated
Legal Practice trading as HEDE BYRNE & HALL, 126 Russell Street, Toowoomba Qld 4350.
CRABBE, LILLIAN ALMA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 18 November
2003 of LILLIAN ALMA CRABBE late of Raffin Place Nursing Home, 8 Raffin Crescent,
Calamvale, Queensland, deceased will be made by BARBARA ANN BYRNE to the Supreme
Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons whether as creditor, beneficiary or otherwise having a claim against the estate of the
deceased who died on 4 August 2014 are required to send particulars of their claim to the
undersigned within 6 weeks of the date of publication of this notice at the expiration of which
time, pursuant to section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 the executor will proceed to distribute the
assets of the testatrix among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of
which the said executor shall then have had notice.
Lodged by SHAND TAYLOR LAWYERS Level 12, Brisbane Club Tower 241 Adelaide Street
Brisbane Qld 4000.
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DANIEL, JEAN MARIE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 3 September
2007 of JEAN MARIE DANIEL late of Regal Waters, 43/16 Holzheimer Road, Bethania in the
State of Queensland deceased will be made by LINDA DANIEL to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a Caveat in that registry.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect of the estate of
the deceased who died on 23 August 2014 is hereby required to send in particulars of any claim
or claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks of the date hereof at the expiration of which
time the said Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testator amongst the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said Executor shall then have had
notice.
Applicant Solicitors: RIVERLEGAL 3A John Street Beenleigh Qld 4207.
Note: By virtue of Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 a personal representative or trustee may,
after the date referred to in this notice, distribute the estate of the deceased having regard only
to those claims of which he then has notice.
DANIELS, JEAN CECELIA
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the will dated 5 September
2005 of JEAN CECELIA DANIELS late of, Avalon Aged Care Facility 126 Borilla Street Emerald
Queensland, deceased, will be made by JEFFREY RONALD DANIELS, ROSS BURNETT
DANIELS and STEPHEN STOWER DANIELS to the Supreme Court of Queensland at
Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect of the estate is
required to send particulars of any such claim or claims to the personal representatives at their
Solicitors, no later than six (6) weeks from the date of publication of this notice.
Note: By virtue of section 67 of the Trusts Act a personal representative or trustee may, after
the date referred to in this notice, distribute the estate of the deceased having regard only to
those claims of which he then has notice.
Lodged by Applicants' Solicitors: PURCELL & ASSOCIATES P.O. Box 68 Emerald Qld 4720.
DAVIS, GLENDA MAY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 18 June 2012 of
GLENDA MAY DAVIS deceased late of 3 Carling Court Cleveland Qld 4163 in the State of
Queensland, will be made by MARK JOHN DAVIS to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to her.
Lodged by: ADAMS & ROSS LAWYERS AND BUSINESS ADVISERS Suite 34, Level 6, 269
Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley Qld 4006.
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DAVIS, JOYCE AGNES (also known as JOY DAVIS)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 19 November
2012 of JOYCE AGNES DAVIS also known as JOY DAVIS late of 59/466 Steve Irwin Way,
Beerburrum in the State of Queensland, deceased will be made by GARY JOHN DAVIS to the
Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicant will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicant will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to him.
Lodged by: INHERITANCE SOLUTIONS, Solicitors, 155 Varsity Parade (PO Box 514), Varsity
Lakes Qld 4227.
DE'AMBROSIS, LYNETTE MAREE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
LYNETTE MAREE DE'AMBROSIS late of 143 Russells Road, Pine Mountain, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by BRUCE ROMANO DE'AMBROSIS to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicant will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicant will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to him.
Lodged by: WALKER PENDER GROUP Lawyers Level 1, 28 Ipswich City Mall Ipswich Q 4305.
DIVERSI, GLADYS VIOLET
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 11 June 1997 of
GLADYS VIOLET DIVERSI late of Farnorha Residential Village, 257-281 Lyons Street,
Westcourt in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by REGINALD JOHN
LILLYWHITE and HAZEL IRENE MURPHY to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Cairns.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons or creditors having a claim against the estate of the deceased are hereby required
to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at
the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Applicants will
proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having
regard only to the claims of which the said Applicants shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: MacDONNELLS LAW Cnr Shields and Grafton Streets Cairns Qld 4870.
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DOELLE, GABRIELE DOROTHEA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 4 June 2009 of
GABRIELE DOROTHEA DOELLE late of Regis Kuluin, 354 Main Road, Kuluin, Queensland,
formerly of Apartment P43, 356 Blunder Road, Durack, Queensland, deceased, will be made by
HORST WERNER DOELLE to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to him.
Lodged by: THOMPSON McNICHOL LAWYERS Suite 5, 32 Aerodrome Road, Maroochydore
Qld 4558.
DOWDING, CAROLINE HILDA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 29 February 2008
of CAROLINE HILDA DOWDING late of Nandeebie Nursing Home, Winchester Road,
Alexandra Hills, Queensland, deceased, will be made by JOHN WILLIAM DOWDING and
CAROL ANN FOWLER to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by: REDLAND LEGAL PTY LTD, 5, 160 Broadwater Terrace, Redland Bay Qld 4165.
DOWER, ALSIA OLIVE MARY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 17 August 2011
of ALSIA OLIVE MARY DOWER late of Cooinda Aged Care Centre, 2 Cooinda Street, Gympie,
Queensland and formerly of 4 Alenola Street, Gympie, Queensland, deceased, will be made by
JEANETTE ELIZABETH GARNER and LEANNE JOY EVANS to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicants' solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by: POWER & CARTWRIGHT, Solicitors, 239 Mary Street, Gympie Qld 4570.
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DUKE, CORINNE YVETTE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 30th May 2000
of CORINNE YVETTE DUKE late of 7 Hants Street, Hamilton in the State of Queensland,
deceased will be made by MARGARET PENDERGAST and GAIL MULLINS to the Supreme
Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons or creditors having a claim against the estate of the deceased are hereby required
to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at
the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Applicant will
proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among persons entitled thereto, having regard
only to the claims of which the said Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by CRANSTON McEACHERN Level 8, 388 Queen Street Brisbane Qld 4000.
EARNSHAW, AUDREY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 26 September
2007 of AUDREY EARNSHAW formerly of 12 Riley Drive, Capalaba, in the State of
Queensland 4157 and late of Buckingham Gardens, 8 Buckingham Street, Alexandra Hills in
the State of Queensland 4161 deceased will be made by DIANNE MAREE BOURKE as
executor to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are required to send particulars of their claim to the
Applicant's Solicitor within six (6) weeks of the date of publication of this notice, pursuant to
Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, at the expiration of which time the Applicant will proceed to
distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to
the claims of which the Applicant shall have had notice.
Lodged by the Applicant's Solicitor: KEYWORTH HARRIS & LOWE Family Lawyers Level 7,
Northpoint Building, 231 North Quay, Brisbane 4000.
EDWARDS, ERNEST CHARLES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 18 February 2013
of ERNEST CHARLES EDWARDS late of 8 Janelle Court, Deception Bay, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by LYNETTE ANNE AOAKE and ERROL GEORGE EDWARDS to the
Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by: COOKE & HUTCHINSON Level 1, Bluewater Square 20 Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe
Qld 4020.
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EWERS, MERVYN WILLIAM
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 28 March 2007
of MERVYN WILLIAM EWERS late of Unit 41 Hibiscus Retirement Resort, 183 Karawatha
Drive, Buderim in the State of Queensland Deceased will be made by JANICE KAY HOLT and
CHRISTINE DOROTHEA BROADY to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the applicant's
solicitors no later than 6 weeks from the date of publication.
Lodged by NOEL WOODALL & ASSOCIATES 7 Heathfield Road Coolum Beach Qld 4573.
EXTON, ADA MARGARET
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 5 May 2009 of
ADA MARGARET EXTON late of Churches of Christ Care, Moonah Park Aged Care Service,
23 Blaker Road, Mitchelton in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by PETER
MACGREGOR RICHARDS, VALERIE ANNE BRADFORDE and ROBERT MACGREGOR
EXTON to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a Caveat in that registry.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect of the estate of
the deceased who died on 23 September 2014 is hereby required to send in particulars of any
claim or claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks of the date hereof at the expiration of
which time the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testator amongst the
persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said Executors shall then
have had notice.
Applicant Solicitors: RIVERLEGAL Level 7 131 Leichhardt Street Spring Hill Qld 4000.
Note: By virtue of Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 a personal representative or trustee may,
after the date referred to in this notice, distribute the estate of the deceased having regard only
to those claims of which he then has notice.
FARRINGTON, IAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration of the Will dated
1 February 2006 of IAN FARRINGTON late of 11 Pines Avenue, Cooroibah, Queensland,
deceased will be made by MICHELLE FARRINGTON (also known as CHOI FONG
FARRINGTON) to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors and other persons having a claim against the estate are required to send
particulars of their claim to the Applicant's Solicitors within six (6) weeks from the date of
publication of this notice.
Applicant's Solicitors: CARTWRIGHTS LAWYERS, First Floor "Noosa Central", 4-12
Bottlebrush Avenue, Noosa Heads Qld 4567.
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FARRUGIA, CARMEN (also known as CARMEN INGUANEZ)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 20 June 2014 of
CARMEN FARRUGIA (also known as CARMEN INGUANEZ) late of 24 Balmain Street, Varsity
Lakes in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by PATRICK HECTOR FARRUGIA to
the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Creditors: Any creditor and all other persons having a claim against the estate are required to
send particulars of that claim to the Applicant's solicitors within 6 weeks of the date of
publication of this notice.
Lodged by: BELL LEGAL GROUP, Level 4, 91 Upton Street, Bundall Qld 4217.
FRAINEY, MAVIS PATRICIA (also known as PATRICIA MAVIS FRAINEY)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 19 August 1996
of MAVIS PATRICIA FRAINEY (also known as PATRICIA MAVIS FRAINEY) late of St Francis
of Assisi Home deceased will be made by GAIL MAJELLA UNGERER, SANDRA PATRICIA
GOLDER and JILLIAN MAREE FRAINEY to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: SR WALLACE & WALLACE, Lawyers, 60 Sydney Street, Mackay Qld 4740.
Creditors: All creditors of the estate are required to send in particulars of their claims to the
undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which time the said
executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the testatrix among the persons entitled thereto
having regard only to the claim of which the said executor shall then have had notice.
FRENSCH, HELEN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 30 July 2008 of
HELEN FRENSCH late of Embracia on Bribie, 199-213 Goodwin Drive, Bongaree, Queensland,
and formerly of 30 Vanillalily Close, Banksia Beach, Queensland, deceased, will be made by
FRED FRENSCH to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate are required to send in particulars of their claim to the applicant's
solicitors no later than 6 weeks from the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by McCOLM MATSINGER LAWYERS, Level 4, 57 The Esplanade, (PO Box 737)
Maroochydore 4558.
FUCHS, GLEN ROBERT
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 17th October
2000 of GLEN ROBERT FUCHS late of 20 Gilmore Street, Bentley Park in the State of
Queensland (in the Will described as of Unit 7, 97-99 Birch Street, Manunda, Cairns in the State
of Queensland) deceased will be made by CHERYL ANNE FUCHS to the Supreme Court of
Queensland at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
All creditors of the estate of the deceased are required to send particulars of their claim to the
applicant's Solicitors within six (6) weeks from the date hereof.
Lodged by the Applicant's Solicitors: DILLON BOWERS LAWYERS, 62 Blackwood Street
Townsville 4810.
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FUNG, WING HARN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 1 March 2013 of
WING HARN FUNG late of St Paul de Chartres Residential Aged Care, 12 Fedrick Street,
Boronia Heights, Queensland, deceased will be made by DENNIS KWOK HIN FUNG and
PETER KWOK LEUNG FUNG to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any person having any claim whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise must send
particulars of the person's claim to the Applicant's Solicitors within 6 weeks from the date of
publication of this Notice. After expiration of 6 weeks, pursuant to s.67 of the Trusts Act 1973,
the Applicant will distribute the Estate of the Deceased having regard only to the claims of which
the Applicant has notice.
Lodged by MCA LAWYERS, Level 12, Suite 66, 269 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley Qld
4006.
GARBUTT, MARIE ALICE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 11th March 2005
of MARIE ALICE GARBUTT late of 11 Atholl Court, Gladstone, Queensland, deceased, will be
made by ROSS WILLIAM GARBUTT to the Supreme Court at Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicant will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicant will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to him/her.
Lodged by: VAJ BYRNE & CO, Lawyers, 69 Goondoon Street, Gladstone Qld 4680.
GARROW, THOMAS JOHN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 11 July 2000 of
THOMAS JOHN GARROW late of 19 Texas Road, Jensen, Queensland, deceased, will be
made by BETTY JEAN GARROW to the Supreme Court at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to her.
Lodged by: CBC LAWYERS 32 Walker Street, Townsville Qld 4810.
GERMAN, JOHN WILLIAM
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 26 July 2013 of
JOHN WILLIAM GERMAN late of Unit 1, 21 Beachcomber Court, Burleigh Waters, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by NICOLE YVONNE OLIVER to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to her.
Lodged by: PAUL DENT LAWYERS Suite 14, 3029 The Boulevard, Emerald Lakes, Carrara
Qld 4211.
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GHIDELLA, ROMOLO
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 4 December
2008 of ROMOLO GHIDELLA late of 2/253 Queen Street, Cleveland in the State of Queensland
deceased will be made by ALAN ANDREA GHIDELLA to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which
time ALAN ANDREA GHIDELLA ("the Applicant") will proceed to distribute the estate of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the
Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by McCARTHY DURIE LAWYERS Cnr Queen & Waterloo Streets Cleveland Qld 4163.
GIBSON, DOROTHY MAY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 5 April 2000 of
DOROTHY MAY GIBSON late of 2 Gibson Road, Mooloo, Queensland, deceased, will be made
by WARREN WILLIAM GIBSON to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to him.
Lodged by: WINDSOR CRAIG, 57 Arundell Avenue, Nambour Qld 4560.
GODING, RONALD ALBERT
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 1 November 2005
of RONALD ALBERT GODING late of 3, Residence on Regatta, 46 Regatta Boulevard, Birtinya,
Queensland, formerly of 12 Granada Way Kawana Island in the State of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by PETER GORDON FLETCHER to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: ROD HOLLOWAY & CO. Suite One, 61 Cnr Gawain Rd & Lavaine St, Bracken
Ridge Qld 4017.
GODLEY, DARREN JOHN
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Letters of Administration on Intestacy of
DARREN JOHN GODLEY late of 32 Jean Street, Woodridge in the State of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by JOHANNA MARIA GODLEY to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any person having a claim, whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, in regard to the
Estate of the above named deceased person, is required to send particulars of that claim to the
applicant's solicitor named below within 6 weeks of the date of this notice. At the end of that
period, the applicant will distribute the assets of the Deceased among the persons entitled to
those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the applicant will
have regard only to the claims which have been notified to her.
Lodged by: McLAUGHLIN & ASSOCIATES LAWYERS PTY LTD, 18 Carol Avenue,
Springwood Qld 4127.
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GREEN, RALPH
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 13 July 1984 of
RALPH GREEN late of 6 Wilson Court, Laidley in the State of Queensland deceased will be
made by BETTY JOYCE GREEN to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect of the estate of
the deceased is required to send particulars of any such claim or claims to the Applicant's
Solicitors not later than six (6) weeks after the date of publication of this Notice.
Applicant's Solicitors: DEAN KATH KOHLER, 119 Herries Street, Toowoomba 4350.
GRIMES, VIOLET MAY
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 20 February
2006 of VIOLET MAY GRIMES formerly of 991 Waterworks Road, The Gap, Qld 4061 in the
State of Queensland, deceased will be made by PETER CRAIG GRIMES and JAN LORELLE
PREWETT to the Supreme Court at Rockhampton.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a Caveat in that registry.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect of the
abovenamed deceased is required to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's solicitors
within six (6) weeks of the date of publication of this notice at the expiration of which time the
Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testatrix among the persons entitled thereto
having regard only to the claims of which the said Executor shall then have had notice.
Lodged by BAKER O'BRIEN & TOLL Solicitors, 7 Maryborough Street, Bundaberg (PO Box
380), Queensland, 4670.
GUBBAY, BETTY GRACE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 23rd September
2008 of BETTY GRACE GUBBAY late of Unit 12 'Atlantis East', 2 Admiralty Drive, Paradise
Waters in the State of Queensland, deceased will be made by JERAME ROBERT GRAY (as
duly appointed Attorney for STEPHANIE OPHELIA KISER), FELICITY JOY BROWNE and
ADRIAN PETER CLARK, to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's
Solicitors within six (6) weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by SHORT PUNCH & GREATORIX Applicant's Solicitors 120 Bundall Road Bundall Qld
4217.
GUY, GRAHAM DON
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 15 July 2008 of
GRAHAM DON GUY late of Regis Parkland Manor, 39 Lanita Road, Ferny Grove in the State of
Queensland deceased will be made by ROSS McDONNELL GUY and CHERYL ANN MATILDA
BURROWS to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which
time ROSS McDONNELL GUY and CHERYL ANN MATILDA BURROWS ("the Applicants") will
proceed to distribute the estate of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having
regard only to the claims of which the Applicants shall then have had notice.
Lodged by MAXWELL & LANCASTER SOLICITORS 33 Guy Street Warwick Qld 4370.
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HANNAH, ROBERT JOHN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated the 18th of July,
2014 of ROBERT JOHN HANNAH late of 8 Prussian Street, Griffin in the State of Queensland,
deceased will be made by ALAN PHILLIP HANNAH to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
If you wish to object to or to be heard upon the application, you may file a caveat in the
Supreme Court Registry mentioned above at any time before the grant is made. Any persons
having a claim, whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise are required to send particulars
of their claim to the executor's solicitors named below no later than 6 weeks from the date of the
publication of this notice.
Lodged by: HEFFORD PRICE LAW PO Box 70 Kallangur, Queensland 4503.
HARROLD, DELLA AMY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
DELLA AMY HARROLD late of 8 Goldston Street, Bluff, Queensland, deceased, will be made
by ROBERT ARNOLD HARROLD to the Supreme Court at Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: JOHN CROSSAN & COMPANY Solicitors & Notary 14 Borilla Street, Emerald Qld
4720.
HART, EDWARD OWEN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of administration on intestacy of
EDWARD OWEN HART late of 26 Trudy Crescent, Cornubia in the State of Queensland
deceased will be made by DAWN BELINDA BRACKENBURY-HART to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by MICHAEL COOPER LAWYER, 34 Vanessa Blvd, Springwood Qld 4127.
HASTINGS, IAN DAVID
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 7 June 2012 of
IAN DAVID HASTINGS late of 3 Chubb Street, Belgian Gardens in the State of Queensland will
be made by SUSAN ANN BOWREY and CHRISTOPHER JOHN BOWREY to the Supreme
Court at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any persons having a claim, whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, in the estate of the
deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of such claim to WILSON/RYAN/GROSE,
Lawyers, PO Box 1113, Townsville, Qld, 4810, within six (6) weeks from the date of publication
of this notice at the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the
Executors Will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased pursuant to the Will, having
regard only to the claims of which the Executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by WILSON/RYAN/GROSE, Lawyers, Level 1, 15 Sturt Street, Townsville Qld 4810.
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HINDS, PATRICIA MARGARET
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated the 16th May
2009 of PATRICIA MARGARET HINDS late of 50 Gifford Street, Horseshoe Bay, Magnetic
Island in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by ROGER DENHAM and STEVE
HUTCHENS to the Supreme Court at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons or creditors having a claim against the estate of the deceased are hereby required
to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at
the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Applicant will
proceed to distribute the assets of the Deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having
regard only to the claims of which the said Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by LEE TURNBULL & CO SOLICITORS, Level 1, 350 Flinders Street, Townsville Qld
4810.
HINTON, DAWN PATRICIA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of representation will be made to the
Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane as follows:
Deceased: DAWN PATRICIA HINTON.
Last address: 157 Park Road, Woolloongabba, Brisbane in the State of Queensland.
Address in Will: 157 Park Road, Woolloongabba, Brisbane in the State of Queensland.
Applicants: DIANE GLENNIS HINTON of 157 Park Road, Woolloongabba, Brisbane in the State
of Queensland.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated 28 May 2012.
Caveat: If you wish to object or to be heard upon the application, you may file a caveat in the
Supreme Court registry mentioned above at any time before the grant is made.
Creditors: All creditors or others having a claim against the estate are required to send in
particulars of their claim to the Applicant's Solicitors within 6 weeks from the date of publication
of this notice, at the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 Trusts Act 1973, the
Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled
thereto having regard only to the claims of which the Executor shall then have had notice.
Date of Death: 10 April 2013.
Applicants' Solicitors: MORRISONS, Solicitors, Sullivans Building, 164 Cavendish Road,
Coorparoo, Brisbane, Qld, 4151.
HOGER, GILBERT RAYMOND
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 23 November
2010 of GILBERT RAYMOND HOGER late of Yarrabee Aged Care, 61-71 Peel Street, Redland
Bay, Queensland, deceased, will be made by MATTHEW JOHN HOGER and DAVID
ANTHONY HOGER to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
Any person having any claim, whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, is to send
particulars of their claim to the Applicants' Solicitors named below within 6 weeks from the date
hereof at the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the
executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the persons entitled thereto
having regard only to the claims of which the executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: IAN K FRY & COMPANY, Solicitors, 136 Bay Terrace, Wynnum, Qld 4178.
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HOVEY, ETHEL ROSE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 12 October 2006
of ETHEL ROSE HOVEY late of Pinewoods Aged Care, 260 Francis Road, Lawnton,
Queensland, deceased, will be made by GREGORY THEO JOHN HOVEY to the Supreme
Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to him.
Lodged by: COOKE & HUTCHINSON Level 1, Bluewater Square 20 Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe
Qld 4020.
HOWARTH, JOAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 4 February 2008
of JOAN HOWARTH late of Tricare Nursing Home 80-86 Bayview Street, Labrador in the State
of Queensland deceased will be made by ROBIN JOHN SLIPPER the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
Address in Will: 2/98 Kangaroo Avenue, Runaway Bay in the State of Queensland.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor and all other persons having a claim against the estate are required to send
particulars of their claim to the applicant's Solicitors no later than six weeks from the date of
publication of this notice.
Lodged by SLIPPER LAWYERS PTY LTD, PO Box 10743, Southport Qld 4215.
HUGHES, SONIA IRENE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration on Intestacy of
SONIA IRENE HUGHES, late of 8 Carmen Court, Avoca Qld 4670, deceased, will be made by
JEFFREY NOEL HUGHES to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by JEFFREY NOEL HUGHES at 71 Scott Street, Mackay Qld 4740.
HUMPHREYS, MARGARET
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 8 October 1996
of MARGARET HUMPHREYS late of 84 School Road, The Gap in the State of Queensland
deceased will be made by GLENN RAYE BOND to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors and beneficiaries in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in
particulars of their claim to the undersigned within six (6) weeks of the date hereof at the
expiration of which time the said executors will proceed to distribute the estate of the testator
among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said executors
shall then have had notice.
Lodged by CRAIG RAY & ASSOCIATES 8/996 Waterworks Road The Gap 4061.
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JABLONSKA, BRONISLAWA
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 8 March 2011 of
BRONISLAWA JABLONSKA late of Tricare Cypress Gardens Nursing Centre, 1 Gooding Drive,
Clear Island Waters in the State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by WITOLD JULIUSZ
JABLONSKI and JADWIGA RUTH CHABERMAN to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the Applicants' solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the Applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the Applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by: ADAMSON BERNAYS KYLE & JONES LAWYERS, 3/3 Short Street (PO Box
1046), Southport Qld 4215.
JAMES, ERNEST LESLIE WILLIAM
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 21 December
2006 of ERNEST LESLIE WILLIAM JAMES late of RSL Care, Centaur Hostel, West Terrace,
Caloundra will be made by GARRY RAYMOND KERR to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect of the estate of
this person who died on 14 September 2014 is required to send particulars of any such claim or
claims to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof.
Note: By virtue of section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 a personal representative or trustee may,
after the date referred to in this notice, distribute the estate of the deceased having regard only
to those claims of which the trustee then has notice.
Lodged by: FOX MILDWATERS, Solicitors, PO Box 274, Caloundra Qld 4551.
JENNINGS, DENNIS LESLIE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 25 September
2000 of DENNIS LESLIE JENNINGS late of Sir James Terrace, 11 Stamp Street, Deception
Bay in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by LINDA DIANE JENNINGS to the
Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect of the estate of
the deceased is required to send particulars of any such claim or claims to the Applicant's
Solicitors not later than six (6) weeks after the date of publication of this Notice.
Applicant's Solicitors: DEAN KATH KOHLER, 119 Herries Street, Toowoomba 4350.
JOHNSON, MARION
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 12 February 2008
of MARION JOHNSON late of 10 Markai Road, Lockyer Waters, formerly of 14 Ivy Avenue,
"Bindawalla Gardens", Eastern Service Road, Burpengary, deceased, will be made by LEONIE
DIANNE SMITH and CHERYLE MAIZIE ZEMANEK to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: RYAN LAWYERS Cnr 57 William & Cochrane Streets, Galton Qld 4343.
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JOHNSTON, IAN CECIL
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 4 May 2012 of
IAN CECIL JOHNSTON late of Unit 140, Atlantis East, Level 26, 2 Admiralty Drive, Surfers
Paradise, Queensland deceased will be made by ISA RACHEL JOHNSTON (also known as
RAE JOHNSTON) to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to McCULLOUGH ROBERTSON, 66 Eagle Street, Brisbane, Queensland within six (6)
weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which time, pursuant to section 67 Trusts Ad
1973, the executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the executor shall then have had
notice.
Lodged by: McCULLOUGH ROBERTSON LAWYERS, Level 11, 66 Eagle Street, Brisbane Qld
4000.
JONES, EDWARD LESLIE
After 14 days from today an application for grant of Probate of the Will dated 30 July 2004 of
EDWARD LESLIE JONES late of Brodribb Home Residential Care, 13 Goggs Street,
Toowoomba in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by THE TRUST COMPANY
(AUSTRALIA) LIMITED A.C.N. 000 000 993 to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to the applicant's solicitor within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of
which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the executor will proceed to distribute
the assets of the testator among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of
which the executor shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: PERPETUAL LEGAL SERVICES PTY LTD, Level 15, 345 Queen Street, Brisbane,
Queensland.
JORDAN, DEREK KEITH
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 6 October 2009
of DEREK KEITH JORDAN, late of 63 Thome Road, Thorneside, in the State of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by SUSAN LYNETTE JORDAN to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
Date of Death: 7 December 2013.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claim to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which
time the said Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testator among the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said Executor shall then have had
notice.
Lodged by: MACFIE CURLEWIS SPIRO LAWYERS, 72 Old Cleveland Road, Capalaba, Qld,
4157.
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JUST, ALAN THEODORE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 15 May 2009 of
ALAN THEODORE JUST late of Northview Aged Care, Glenella deceased will be made by
MARJORY CLAIRE JUST, ALAN MICHEAL JUST and DENNIS JOHN JUST to the Supreme
Court of Queensland at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: SR WALLACE & WALLACE, Lawyers, 60 Sydney Street, Mackay Qld 4740.
Creditors: All creditors of the estate are required to send in particulars of their claims to the
undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which time the said
executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the persons entitled thereto
having regard only to the claim of which the said executor shall then have had notice.
KALAMIS, STEFANIA WIKTORIA (also known as STEFFINIA VICTORIA
KALAMIS and STEFANIA KALAMIS)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate will be made to the Supreme
Court of Queensland at Brisbane as follows:
Deceased: STEFANIA WIKTORIA KALAMIS (also known as STEFFINIA VICTORIA KALAMIS
and STEFANIA KALAMIS) deceased.
Last Address: 4 Paul Court, Carrara in the State of Queensland.
Applicant: MICHAEL ANTHONY PAUL KRYCKI of 4 Paul Court, Carrara in the State of
Queensland.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated the 21 June 2012.
Caveat: If you wish to object to or to be heard upon the application, you may file a caveat in the
Supreme Court registry mentioned above at any time before the grant is made.
Creditors: Any persons having a claim, whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, in regard
to the estate of the above named deceased person, are hereby required to send in particulars of
such claim to the applicant's solicitors (identified below) within 7 weeks of the date of publication
of this notice, at the expiration of which time, pursuant to section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the
applicant will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased amongst the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the said applicant shall then have had notice.
Applicant's Solicitors: CHARLES COOPER LAWYERS Level 4 64 Marine Parade Southport Qld
4215.
KEARNEY, DANIEL BRIAN
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 27 May 2014
and the Codicil dated 10 June 2014 of DANIEL BRIAN KEARNEY late of 56 Poinciana Avenue,
Seaforth in the State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by KATHLEEN MARGARET
HASTIE to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are required to send in particulars of their claim to the
Applicant within six weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which time, pursuant to
Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the
Executor shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: KELLY LEGAL, 1/78 Victoria Street, Mackay, Qld 4740.
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KEARNEY, DOROTHY MARGARET
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 5 March 2003 of
DOROTHY MARGARET KEARNEY late of Madonna Villa Nursing Home, 60 Church Road,
Mitchelton, Brisbane in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by PETER FRANCIS
KEARNEY and TERRENCE WILLIAM KEARNEY to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor and all other persons having a claim against the estate of the deceased are hereby
required to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six weeks from the date
hereof at the expiration of which time, pursuant to section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the
applicant will proceed to distribute the assets of the abovenamed deceased among the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the applicant shall then have had
notice.
Lodged by MINTER ELLISON, Waterfront Place, 1 Eagle Street, Brisbane Qld 4000.
KEMP, MALCOLM THOMAS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
MALCOLM THOMAS KEMP late of Lot 2, 678 Browns Creek Road, Eumundi, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by JOSEPH KEMP to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to him.
Lodged by: THE M KENT LAW FIRM 4A/5 Birtwill Street, Coolum Beach Qld 4573.
KERLE, ALAN ROGER
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 30 November
2004 of ALAN ROGER KERLE late of Unit 201, 8 Douglas Street, Kirra 4225 deceased will be
made by VANESSA ANNE LINDEN to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons and creditors having a claim against the estate are required to send particulars of
their claim to the Applicant's solicitor within 6 weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by: ATTWOOD MARSHALL LAWYERS Suite 1, Level 2 The Strand, 72-80 Marine
Parade Coolangatta Qld 4225.
KING, LILLIAN CLARE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 10 March 2011 of
LILLIAN CLARE KING formerly of 7961/1 Edmund Rice Drive, Southport, Queensland but late
of De Paul Villa, 27 Edmund Rice Drive, Southport, Queensland, deceased will be made by
ROSEMARY NEAL and BRETT HARRIS LANSDOWN to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which
time ROSEMARY NEAL and BRETT HARRIS LANSDOWN ("the Applicants") will proceed to
distribute the estate of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to
the claims of which the Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by INGWERSEN & LANSDOWN 1065 Gold Coast Highway Palm Beach Qld 4221.
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KNIGHT, JULIUS LEO
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 5 April 2011 of
JULIUS LEO KNIGHT late of 68 School Road, Victoria Point in the State of Queensland
deceased will be made by JULES MICHAEL KNIGHT to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which
time JULES MICHAEL KNIGHT ("the Applicant") will proceed to distribute the estate of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the
Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by McCARTHY DURIE LAWYERS Cnr Queen & Waterloo Streets Cleveland Qld 4163.
KRIESCH, ELSIE MAUD (also known as ELSIE MAUDE KRIESCH)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 18 November
2010 of ELSIE MAUD KRIESCH (also known as ELSIE MAUDE KRIESCH) late of
Sunnymeade, 360 D'Aguilar Highway, Caboolture deceased will be made by TERRENCE
BRIAN McCLEERY, THOMAS KEITH McCLEERY and GRAEME KIM MCLEERY to the
Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Pursuant to section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, all persons having any claim to the estate,
whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, are required to send particulars of their claim to
the applicant's solicitors no later than six weeks after the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by: QUINN & SCATTINI LAWYERS 141 Shore Street West Cleveland Qld 4163.
LEAKE, PHILLIP CHARLES
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 29 July 2014 of
PHILLIP CHARLES LEAKE late of Unit 70/12 Helensvale Road, Helensvale, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by COLIN PHILLIP LEAKE and LANA JO FORSYTHE to the Supreme
Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having a claim against the estate is required to send
particulars of their claim to the Applicants Solicitors within 6 weeks of the date of publication of
this Notice.
Date of death: 25 August 2014.
Lodged by: REABURN SOLICITORS 39 Tallebudgera Creek Road West Burleigh Qld 4219.
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LEIGH-SMITH, CLINTON REGINALD
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 20 November,
1992 of CLINTON REGINALD LEIGH-SMITH late of C/- Hope Island Arcare, 38-50 Caseys
Road, Hope Island, Qld 4212, Queensland, formerly of 3 Crane Crescent, Nerang in the state of
Queensland, deceased, will be made by ROBERT JULIUS GOLDSTEIN to the Supreme Court
at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to him.
Lodged by: FITZ-WALTER LAWYERS "Le Boulevard" First Floor, 2 Elkhorn Avenue, Surfers
Paradise Qld 4217.
LLOYD, DAPHNE LORRAINE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 26 October 1990
of DAPHNE LORRAINE LLOYD Late of Redland Bay, in the State of Queensland deceased will
be made by DEBRA LEE KING and PAMELA GAY TOWERS to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any person having any claim whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise must send
particulars of the person's claim to the Applicant's Solicitors not later than the date which is 6
weeks after the date of publication of this Notice, after which date, pursuant to s.67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the Applicant will distribute the Estate of the Deceased having regard only to the
claims of which the Applicant has notice.
Lodged by: ESOURCELEGAL Unit 1- Mezzanine, 23 Dennis Road, Springwood, Queensland
4127.
LLOYD, KENNETH JOHN
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 13 May 2014 of
KENNETH JOHN LLOYD of 65 South Street, Rangeville in the State of Queensland deceased
will be made by LYNETTE ROSALIE LLOYD to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are required to send particulars of their claims to
JOHN DAVIES & CO SOLICITOR, 91a Herries Street, Toowoomba Queensland within 6 weeks
of the date of publication of this notice at the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of
the Trusts Act 1973, the executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the
persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the executor shall then have
had notice.
Lodged by: JOHN DAVIES & CO SOLICITOR, 91a Herries Street, Toowoomba Qld 4350.
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LOFTING, RHONDA WENDY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration with the Will
dated 8 July 2005 of RHONDA WENDY LOFTING late of 20 Banksia Street, Redland Bay in the
State of Queensland, deceased will be made by STEPHANIE LOFTING to the Supreme Court
at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send particulars of their claim
to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which time the said
executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the persons entitled thereto
having regard only to the claims of which the said executor shall then have had notice.
Lodged by STEPHANIE LOFTING of 20 Banksia Street, Redland Bay, Qld 4165.
LUHRMANN, ELLEANOR MARY
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 1 December
2010 of ELLEANOR MARY LUHRMANN late of Fairhaven Nursing Home, Maryborough in the
State of Queensland and formerly of 17 Mackay Drive, Tinana in the State of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by WENDY JOAN BARLOW and KATIE ELLEN MORROW to the
Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the estate of the deceased are required to send particulars of their claim to
TERRA FIRMA LAW Solicitors, 228 Mary Street, Gympie, Qld 4570 within six (6) weeks of the
date of publication of this notice at the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the
Trusts Act 1973, the executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testator among the
persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the executor shall then have
had notice.
Lodged by TERRA FIRMA LAW, Solicitors, 228 Mary Street, Gympie, Qld 4570.
LUXTON, DESLEY MARGARET
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 4 April 2014 of
DESLEY MARGARET LUXTON deceased late of 5 Pyramid Close, Gordonvale in the State of
Queensland will be made by SHARYN MARIE GREENWOOD and PAULA RAE WILLIAMS
(also known as PAULA RAE CLEALL) to the Supreme Court at Cairns.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased are hereby required
to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof
at the expiration of which time the said Applicants will proceed to distribute the estate of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the
Applicants shall then have had notice.
Lodged by BRETT MOLLER, Partner, MARINO MOLLER LAWYERS 70 Grafton Street Cairns
Qld 4870.
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MACKENZIE, STUART JAMES HOGARTH
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 02nd July 2012
of STUART JAMES HOGARTH MACKENZIE late of Baycrest RSL Home 99 Doolong Road
Kawungan in the State of Queensland formerly of Carrington Retirement Village 16 Blairmont
Street Parkinson in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by GLENN PHILIP
COLLINSON to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
Any person having a claim, whether creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, in the estate of the
deceased are hereby required to send particulars of their claim to the Solicitor named below
within six (6) weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which time the executor will
proceed to distribute assets of the deceased among the persons entitled hereto having regard
only to claims of which the said executor shall then have had notice.
Lodged by BEAUDESERT LEGAL (Qld) PTY LTD SOLICITORS 7/115 Brisbane Street
Beaudesert Qld 4285.
MACLEAN, MAJORIE ANNE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 16 April 1997 of
MAJORIE ANNE MACLEAN late of Bally Cara Retirement Village, Oyster Point Esplanade,
Scarborough, Queensland, deceased, will be made by BERNARD FREDERICK PRAMBERG
and JOHN DOUGLAS MACLEAN to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by: DEAN HARVEY SOLICITOR PTY LTD Wongabel Centre Suite 6, 16 Marshall Lane,
Kenmore Qld 4069.
MANSFIELD, PAUL ANDREW
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 26 April, 1989 of
PAUL ANDREW MANSFIELD late of Palmerston Highway, Millaa Millaa in the State of
Queensland, Deceased will be made by JON DOUGLAS MANSFIELD to the Supreme Court at
Cairns.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the Deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the Applicants' Solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period the Applicant will distribute the assets of the Deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the Applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by G L PRIOR & ASSOCIATES Solicitors 15 Catherine Street Malanda Qld 4885.
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MARCH, MURIEL
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 31st day of
January 2008 of MURIEL MARCH late of Tall Trees Redland Bay, 24 Salisbury Road, Redland
Bay in the State of Queensland, deceased will be made by SUSAN ROSEMARY EDWARDS
and JENNIFER MARY McCLEAN to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's
solicitors within six weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by SHORT PUNCH & GREATORIX Applicant's Solicitors 120 Bundall Road Bundall Qld
4217.
MATSIS, JOHN
After fourteen (14) days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 14
May 2001 and Codicil dated 1 November 2012 of JOHN MATSIS late of Regis Treetops Manor,
6 Kilbowie Street, The Gap in the State of Queensland formerly of 11 Spring Street, West End
in the State of Queensland deceased, will be made by DAVID JOHN BOWLES to the Supreme
Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any person having any claim whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise must send
particulars of the person's claim to the Applicant Solicitors (identified below) not later than the
date which is 6 weeks after the date of publication of this Notice, after which date, pursuant to
s.67 of the Trust Act 1973, the Applicant will distribute the Estate of the Deceased having
regard only to the claims of which the Applicant has notice.
Lodged by IRISH BENTLEY LAWYERS, Level 5, 99 Creek Street, Brisbane, Queensland 4000.
MAWSON, FRANCIS ELIAS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 15th September
2009 of FRANCIS ELIAS MAWSON deceased late of 60 Wakefield Street Sandgate Brisbane in
the State of Queensland deceased will be made by LYNN FRANCES REITH to the Supreme
Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claim to the undersigned within six (6) weeks of the date hereof, at the expiration of which time
the Applicant will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testator among the persons entitled
thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by PAUL PATTISON, Solicitor, Suite 3, and 1470 Anzac Avenue, Kallangur,
Queensland 4503.
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MCCALLUM, PHYLLIS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated the 2nd day of
December 2002 of PHYLLIS McCALLUM late of The Terraces Assisted Aged Care, 74
University Drive, Varsity Lakes, Queensland, deceased will be made by CAROL MAY CARR
and ANNE SHIRLEY BROWN to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Trusts Act 1973, Section 67: Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or
claims in respect of the estate of PHYLLIS McCALLUM, late of The Terraces Assisted Aged
Care, 74 University Drive, Varsity Lakes, Queensland who died on the 28th day of August 2014,
is required to send particulars of any such claim or claims to CAROL MAY CARR and ANNE
SHIRLEY BROWN, the personal representative of the said PHYLLIS McCALLUM at Suite 12
"Executive Place", 2 Executive Drive, Burleigh Heads Qld 4220, on or before 15 December
2014.
Note: By virtue of section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 a personal representative or trustee may,
after the date referred to in this notice, distribute the estate of the deceased having regard only
to those claims of which the trustee then has notice.
Applicant(s) Solicitors: ROBBINS WATSON, Solicitors Suite 12 "Executive Place" 2 Executive
Drive Burleigh Heads Qld 4220.
MCCOLL, BEVERLEY LILY PAULINE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 18 March 2014 of
BEVERLEY LILY PAULINE MCCOLL late of 15 Afton Way, Mount Louisa, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by KEVIN EDMUND McCOLL to the Supreme Court at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to him.
Lodged by: CBC LAWYERS 32 Walker Street, Townsville Qld 4810.
MCEWEN, UNA LUCY
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 16 October
2008 of UNA LUCY McEWEN, late of Anam Cara Nursing Home, 52 Lavarack Road, Bray Park
but in the Will as 68 Brisbane Avenue, Camp Hill in the State of Queensland Deceased will be
made by KENNETH JOHN McEWEN to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
All creditors of the Estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's
Solicitors no later than 9 December 2014.
Lodged by: O'REILLY LILLICRAP Solicitors PO Box 41 Carina Qld 4152.
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MCLEOD, BETTY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 29 September
1982 of BETTY MCLEOD late of Saint Mary's Nursing Home, Coolum Beach deceased will be
made by VAUGHAN MCLEOD to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons or creditors having a claim against the estate of the deceased are hereby required
to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at
the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Applicant will
proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having
regard only to the claims of which the said Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by VAUGHAN MCLEOD, Unit 2/40 Jamahill Drive, Mount Coolum 4573.
MCNEE, PEARL CLARA
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 11 December,
1988 of PEARL CLARA McNEE late of 20 Inala Avenue, Inala in the State of Queensland,
Deceased, will be made by ROSS CONSTABLE to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that Registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the Deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitor named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicant will distribute the assets of the Deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicant will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to him.
Lodged by: McLAUGHLINS & ASSOCIATES LAWYERS PTY LTD PO Box 2080, Springwood
Qld 4127.
MCSWEENY, JANE MARY RUTH
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
JANE MARY RUTH MCSWEENY late of "Emmaus", Mercy Aged Care, 131 Queens Road,
Nudgee, Queensland, deceased, will be made by MARY PHILOMENA DRAKE and THOMAS
RICHARD McSWEENY to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to her.
Lodged by: WOODS PRINCE LAWYERS PTY LTD Lawyers & Notary Public Level 2, 293
Queen Street, Brisbane Qld 4001.
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MEDLIN, MARY AGNES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 5 March, 1985 of
MARY AGNES MEDLIN late of 70 Markeri Street, Mermaid Waters, Queensland, deceased will
be made by DAVID HENRY SHAW to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditors, beneficiaries and all other persons having a claim against the estate are required
to send particulars of their claim to the applicants' solicitors within six (6) weeks of the date of
publication of this notice at the expiration of which time, pursuant to section 67 of the Trusts Act
1973, the executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testatrix among the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the executor shall then have had
notice.
Lodged by: BARRON & ALLEN LAWYERS - GOLD COAST Southport Central Tower 1, Level
7, 56 Scarborough Street, Southport 4215 (PO Box 100 Southport BC 4215).
MELIT, FRANK WILLIAM
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of representation will be made to the
Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane as follows:
Deceased: FRANK WILLIAM MELIT.
Last Address: Sinnamon Village, 620 Seventeen Mile Rocks Road, Sinnamon Park.
Address in Will: 71 Payne Road, The Gap Qld 4061.
Applicant(s): MARTIN BROGAN MELIT, JOHN JUSTIN MELIT, MICHAEL FRANCIS MELIT
and CLINTON MATTHEW MOHR.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated 6 February 2007.
Caveat: If you wish to object to or to be heard upon the application, you may file a caveat in the
Supreme Court registry mentioned above at any time before the grant is made.
Notice: All persons having a claim, whether as a creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, in regard
to the estate of the abovenamed person are hereby required to send in particulars of any claim
to the Applicants' solicitors named below within six weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration
of which time the Applicants will proceed to distribute the estate of the deceased among
persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said Applicants shall then
have had notice.
Applicants Solicitors: MOHR KEDDY LAWYERS 622 Wickham Creek Street Fortitude Valley
Qld 4006.
MIDSON, LARAINE MARGARET
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 14 July 2014 of
LARAINE MARGARET MIDSON late of 6 Fuchsia Close, Birkdale, Queensland deceased will
be made by JOHN ELLIOTT LOGAN and JODY LEE MOORE to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors and other persons having a claim against the estate of the deceased are required
to send particulars of their claim to the applicants' solicitor within 6 weeks from the date of
publication of this notice at the expiration of which time, pursuant to section 67 of the Trusts Act
1973 (Qld), the executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the executors have notice.
Lodged by MCINNES WILSON LAWYERS, GPO Box 1089, Brisbane Qld 4001.
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MILLS, LALINE MARGARET GREENHALGH (also known as LALINE
MARGARET MILLS)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration with the will dated
9 September 1998 and the codicil of 27 May 2002 of LALINE MARGARET GREENHALGH
MILLS also known as LALINE MARGARET MILLS late of 33 Davidson Street, Newmarket,
Queensland, deceased will be made by KAYLENE MAREE LEVENTIS to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor and all other persons having a claim against the estate are required to send
particulars of their claim to the Applicant's solicitors within six (6) weeks from the date hereof.
Lodged by: HAYWARD & CO. LAWYERS Wills & Estates Australia GPO Box 3295 Brisbane
Qld 4001.
MILNE, LUCY MARGARET
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 23 October 1995
of LUCY MARGARET MILNE late of Sundale Nursing Home, 35 Doolan Street, Nambour in the
State of Queensland, formerly of 98 Rivergum Drive, Diddillibah in the State of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by DONALD CHARLES MILNE to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicant will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicant will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to him.
Lodged by: RYANS SOLICITORS & ATTORNEYS, Level 2, 26 Duporth Avenue, Maroochydore
Qld 4558.
MITCHELL, HUGH LYLE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of representation will be made to the
Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane as follows:
Deceased: HUGH LYLE MITCHELL.
Last Address: 135 Panorama Drive, Nambour in the State of Queensland.
Address in Will: 135 Panorama Drive, Nambour in the State of Queensland.
Applicants: JENNIFER CAROL SIMONS of 14 Hillcrest Court, Beerwah in the State of
Queensland.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated 30th November, 2002.
Caveat: If you wish to object to or to be heard upon the application, you may file a caveat in the
Supreme Court Registry mentioned above at any time before the grant is made.
Creditors: All Creditors in the estate are hereby required to send in particulars of their claim to
the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which time the
said Applicants will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled
thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said Applicants shall then have had notice.
Applicants' Solicitor: PROCTOR GRAHAM, Lawyers, Shop 7, 75 King Street, Caboolture Qld
4510.
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MITCHELL, LEONARD EDWARD WILLIAM
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 13 August, 1975
of LEONARD EDWARD WILLIAM MITCHELL late of St Mary's Hostel, Wildey Street, Raceview,
Queensland, (formerly of East Ipswich, Queensland), deceased, will be made by GREGORY
PAUL MITCHELL to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicant will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicant will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to him.
Lodged by: WALKER PENDER GROUP LAWYERS Level 1, 28 Ipswich City Mall Ipswich Q
4305.
MITCHELL, NORMA CONSTANCE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 14 October 2004
of NORMA CONSTANCE MITCHELL late of 147 Oates Avenue, Holland Park, Queensland
deceased will be made by CRAIG CLIFFORD RICHARD MITCHELL and ROGER WILLIAM
MITCHELL to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the estate of the deceased are required to send in particulars of their claim to the
Applicant's Solicitors within 6 weeks from the date hereof.
Lodged By: JONES LEACH LAWYERS, Rochedale Shopping Village, 549 Underwood Road,
Rochedale Qld 4123.
MOGLER, ALLAN ALFRED
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration with the will dated
17 May 1985 of ALLAN ALFRED MOGLER late of 6/12 Hamilton Street, Allawah, deceased, will
be made by JUSTIN GRAHAM MOGLER to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: RYAN LAWYERS Cnr 57 William & Cochrane Streets, Gatton Qld 4343.
MOGLER, MAVIS ELSIE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration with the will dated
17 May 1985 of MAVIS ELSIE MOGLER late of 6/12 Hamilton Street, Allawah, deceased, will
be made by JUSTIN GRAHAM MOGLER to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: RYAN LAWYERS Cnr 57 William & Cochrane Streets, Gatton Qld 4343.
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MORGAN, NELLIE EDITH
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 8 February 2010
and Codicil dated 7 June 2010 of NELLIE EDITH MORGAN late of Unit 85 "Immanuel Gardens
Retirement Village" 10 Magnetic Drive, Maroochydore, Queensland, deceased will be made by
RHONDA MCMASTER and RICHARD HENRY WEBB to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Notice: Any person having any claim, whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, in regard
to the estate of the abovenamed deceased person, is hereby required to send particulars of
such claim to the solicitors named below no later than six weeks from the date of this
publication.
Lodged by: CAMERON ROGERS & CO Solicitors 52 Burnett Street (PO Box 900) Buderim Q
4556.
MUÑOZ, JOSEFINA GRAELLS (also known as JOSEFA DE LLERA)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 3 March 2012 of
JOSEFINA GRAELLS MUÑOZ also known as JOSEFA DE LLERA late of Cairns Aged Care
Centre, 730 Moggill Road, Chapel Hill, Queensland, deceased, will be made by AUGUST DE
LLERA and ROGER DE LLERA to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: KENMORE MEDIATION & LAW CENTRE Suite 12, 2081 Moggill Road, Kenmore
Qld 4069. (Solictors for the Applicants).
MURPHY, PATRICK MATTHEW
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 10 September
2014 of PATRICK MATTHEW MURPHY late of Palmview Village, 44/9 Bradford Street, North
Mackay deceased will be made by JACKIE LOUISE BARNARD and SEAN PATRICK MURPHY
to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: SR WALLACE & WALLACE, Lawyers, 60 Sydney Street, Mackay Qld 4740.
Creditors: All creditors of the estate are required to send in particulars of their claims to the
undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which time the said
executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the persons entitled thereto
having regard only to the claim of which the said executors shall then have had notice.
NG, ANTHONY (also known as TONY NG and AH LEK NG)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of will dated 18 January 2006 of
ANTHONY NG (also known as TONY NG and AH LEK NG) late of 8 O’Callaghan Street,
Holland Park, Queensland, deceased will be made by CHUI LIAN NG to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any person having any claim whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise must send
particulars of the person's claim to the Applicant's Solicitors within 6 weeks from the date of
publication of this Notice. After expiration of 6 weeks, pursuant to s.67 of the Trusts Act 1973,
the Applicant will distribute the Estate of the Deceased having regard only to the claims of which
the Applicant has notice.
Lodged by MCA LAWYERS, Level 12, Suite 66, 269 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley Qld
4006.
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NORRIS, JOYCE MERLE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 21 May 2014 of
JOYCE MERLE NORRIS (Deceased) late of Unit 1409, 15 Cansdale Street, Yeronga,
Queensland will be made by ROLAND GREGORY NORRIS to the Supreme Court, Queen
Elizabeth II Courts of Law Complex, 415 George Street, Brisbane, Queensland.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's
Solicitors within 6 weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by ALROE & O'SULLIVANS, Solicitors, 3/74 Margaret Street, Toowoomba 4350.
O'BRIEN, DAWN PATRICIA
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the will dated 22 February
1994 of DAWN PATRICIA O'BRIEN late of 17 Pacific Parade, Mission Beach, Queensland
deceased will be made by DEBORAH ANNE MAKIM to the Supreme Court of Queensland at
Brisbane.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons or creditors having a claim against the estate of the deceased are hereby required
to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at
the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Applicant will
proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having
regard only to the claims of which the said Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: THE ESTATE LAWYERS Level 5, 239 George Street Brisbane Qld 4000.
O'BRIEN, JAMES ALAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of representation will be made to the
Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane as follows:
Deceased: JAMES ALAN O'BRIEN.
Last Address: Sunnymeade Nursing Home, Caboolture in the State of Queensland.
Address in Will: 15 Joanne Street, Caboolture in the State of Queensland.
Applicants: GLENN WILLIAM O'BRIEN of 69 Valley View Drive, Meringandan in the State of
Queensland.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated 21st July, 2003.
Caveat: If you wish to object to or to be heard upon the application, you may file a caveat in the
Supreme Court Registry mentioned above at any time before the grant is made.
Creditors: All Creditors in the estate are hereby required to send in particulars of their claim to
the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which time the
said Applicants will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled
thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said Applicants shall then have had notice.
Applicants' Solicitor: PROCTOR GRAHAM, Lawyers, Shop 7, 75 King Street, Caboolture Qld
4510.
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O'DEA, MEGAN JANE
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Letters of Administration on Intestacy of
MEGAN JANE O'DEA late of Unit 35E, 11-13 Fairway Drive, Clear Island Waters in the State of
Queensland deceased will be made by JOHN FRANCIS O'DEA and ELAINE JANET O'DEA to
the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect of the estate of
the deceased who died between 9 June, 2014 and 10 June, 2014 is hereby required to send in
particulars of any claim or claims to MCG LEGAL, Level 2, 67 Davenport Street, Southport
Queensland within six (6) weeks of the date hereof at the expiration of which time pursuant to
Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the said Administrators will proceed to distribute the assets of
the Testator among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the
Administrators shall then have had notice.
Lodged by MCG LEGAL, Level 2/67 Davenport Street, Southport, Qld. 4215.
O'HALLORAN, RUSSELL WALTER
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 27 August 2014
of RUSSELL WALTER O'HALLORAN late of 7 Mackay Street, Dicky Beach in the State of
Queensland deceased will be made by BRIAN JOSEPH COSGROVE to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the Estate of the Deceased are required to send in particulars of their claim to
the Applicant's solicitor within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which time,
pursuant to section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Executors will proceed to distribute the assets
of the Deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which
the Executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: MERTHYR LAW Level 2 247 Adelaide Street Brisbane Qld 4000 (GPO Box 459
Brisbane 4001).
O'ROURKE, WILLIAM MORRIS (also known as WILLIAM MAURICE
O'ROURKE)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 8th December
1991 of WILLIAM MORRIS O'ROURKE also known as WILLIAM MAURICE O'ROURKE late of
Blue Care Akira, 2 Charles Street, Toogoolawah, Queensland, formerly of Glenfield Caravan
Park Ruthven Street, Toowoomba, Queensland, deceased will be made by JOHN PATRICK
TERRENCE O'SULLIVAN and GILLIAN CAROL O'SULLIVAN to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are required to send in particulars of their claim to the
Applicants within six weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which time, pursuant to
section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the
Executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by THE OFFICIAL SOLICITOR TO THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE OF QUEENSLAND of 444
Queen Street Brisbane Q 4000.
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PEEL, JOAN MAVIS
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the will dated 1 February 2001
of JOAN MAVIS PEEL late of 9/29 Yoorala Street The Gap in the State of Queensland
deceased will be made by GRAEME ROBERT PEEL, JULIE MARGARET FISHER and LYNDA
JANE SPELMAN ("the applicants") to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to MPN LAWYERS within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which
time the applicants will proceed to distribute the estate of the deceased among the persons
entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the applicants shall then have had
notice.
Lodged by: MPN LAWYERS GPO Box 3297 Brisbane Qld 4000.
PETERS, WILLIAM MARTIN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of representation will be made to the
Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane as follows:
Deceased: WILLIAM MARTIN PETERS.
Last Address: Regis Nursing Home Boronia Heights 271 Middle Road Greenbank Queensland
4124.
Address in the Will: 78 Cane Street Redland Bay Queensland 4165.
Applicants: BRUCE WILLIAM PETERS 23 Chenhalls Street Woonona New South Wales 2517
and ANDREW JUSTIN PETERS 8 Durham Court Heritage Park Qld 4118.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated 17 March 2003.
Caveat: If you wish to object to or to be heard upon application, you may file a caveat in the
Supreme Court registry mentioned above at the time before the grant is made.
Notice to creditors: Any person having a claim, whether as creditor or otherwise, in regards to
the estate of the above named deceased person, are hereby required to send in particulars of
such claim to the applicants solicitors named below within 6 weeks of date hereof at the
expiration of which time the applicants will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased
among the person or persons entitled to those assets having regard only to claims of which
such applicants shall then have had notice.
Applicants Solicitors: NARAYAN LAWYERS 115 Ham Road Mansfield Brisbane Qld 4122.
PHILLIPS, BARBARA SHEILA
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 22 September
2008 of BARBARA SHEILA PHILLIPS late of Regis Treetops, 6 Kilbowie Street, The Gap in the
State of Queensland and previously of 5/48 Chatsworth Road, Greenslopes in the State of
Queensland, deceased will be made by PATRICIA PENGELLY PHILLIPS and GORDON
PENGELLY PHILLIPS to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send particulars of their claim
to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which time the said
executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the persons entitled thereto
having regard only to the claims of which the said executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by FERGUSON CANNON PTY LTD, Level 3, 360 Queen Street, Brisbane Qld 4000.
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52
PICCOLO, BENEDETTA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 2nd November
1998 of BENEDETTA PICCOLO late of 23 Bella Vista Avenue, Innisfail in the State of
Queensland, deceased, will be made by MARIE DOMENICA TIERNEY and BERNADETTE
JOAN PICCOLO to the Supreme Court at Cairns.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors and beneficiaries of the estate are required to send particulars of their claims to the
applicants' Solicitor named below no later than 6 weeks from the date of publication of this
notice, at the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 the
Executors will distribute the estate of the deceased having regard only to the claims of which
the Executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by Applicants' Solicitor: VINCE MARTIN & CO, Solicitors, 94a Edith Street, lnnisfail, Qld
4860.
PONIEWIERSKI, SLAWOMIR (also known as SLAWOMIR TADEUSZ
PONIEWIERSKI)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 22 March 2005 of
SLAWOMIR PONIEWIERSKI also known as SLAWOMIR TADEUSZ PONIEWIERSKI late of
37/31 Thompson Street, Victoria Point, Queensland, formerly of 37-41 Winston Road Sheldon
Qld 4157, deceased, will be made by BARBARA ELLEN PONIEWIERSKI to the Supreme Court
at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to her.
Lodged by: MATTHEW LOVE SOLICITORS PTY LTD Unit 8, 9 Pittwin Road North, Capalaba
Qld 4157.
POWELL, JOHN KEITH
After 14 days from today an Application for Letters of Administration with the Will dated 10 April
2014 of JOHN KEITH POWELL late of 56 Eskdale Road, Toogoolawah in the State of
Queensland deceased will be made by PAHNEE PIDDICK to the Supreme Court at Brisbane,
the 2 executors appointed by the Will having renounced probate of the Will.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a caveat in that Registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by: CRANE PASKINS LAW, Office 1, Level, The Plaza, Alstonville NSW 2477.
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53
POWELL, PAUL GRAHAM
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 4th December
2012 of PAUL GRAHAM POWELL of 70 Nojoor Road, Mudjimba in the State of Queensland,
deceased will be made by PETER RICHMOND POWELL to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
All persons or creditors having a claim against the estate of the deceased are hereby required
to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at
the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Applicant will
proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having
regard only to the claims of which the said Applicant shall then have had notice.
You may object to the grant by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
Lodged by LEVER LAW SOLICITORS of 9/175 Ocean Drive, Twin Waters Qld 4564.
POYSER, SAMUEL
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
SAMUEL POYSER late of 30 Edred Street, Carindale in the State of Queensland, deceased,
will be made by NEIL GORDON POYSER and PAMELA FAY SHAW POYSER to the Supreme
Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by: HOPPER GREEN YORK SOLICITORS Suite 6A, 26-28 Redland Bay Road,
Capalaba Qld 4157.
PULLEN, JUNE HAZEL
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 21 September
1995 of JUNE HAZEL PULLEN late of PresCare, 141 Fursden Road, Carina, Queensland and
formerly of 47 Wana Street, Sunnybank, Queensland deceased, will be made by STEPHEN
RONALD PULLEN and GAIL JUNE WELCH to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the Applicants' Solicitors named below no later than six weeks from
the date of publication of this Notice. At the end of that period, the Applicants will distribute the
assets of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto. In doing so, and relying on Section
67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Applicants will have regard only to the claims of which they shall
then have had notice.
Lodged by CROUCH & LYNDON PTY LTD Lawyers Level 18, 241 Adelaide Street Brisbane
Queensland 4000.
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QUINLAN, WILLIAM FRANCIS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 16 April 2007 of
WILLIAM FRANCIS QUINLAN late of 2 Aquamarine Avenue, Russell Island in the State of
Queensland, deceased will be made by JULIA KAY ESSENSTAM and MARK WILLIAM
QUINLAN to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors and beneficiaries in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in
particulars of their claims to the undersigned with six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the
expiration of which time the said executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said executors
shall then have had notice.
Lodged by QLD LAW GROUP - A NEW DIRECTION PTY LTD, 1/10 Cinderella Drive,
Springwood Qld 4127.
RALFE, HILARY ANNE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration on intestacy of
HILARY ANNE RALFE, late of 10 Brighton Mews, 24-26 Brighton Parade, Southport in the
State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by NORMAN TREVOR RALFE to the Supreme
Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to THORNTON LEGAL, 44 Davenport Street, Southport, Queensland within six (6)
weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the executor shall then have had
notice.
Lodged by THORNTON LEGAL, 44 Davenport Street, Southport, Qld 4215.
RICHARDSON, LAURA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of representation will be made to the
Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane as follows:
Deceased: LAURA RICHARDSON.
Last Address: Unit 11/91 Herses Road, Eagleby in the State of Queensland.
Address in Will: 27 Batehaven Street, Loganholme in the State of Queensland.
Applicants: JOHN THOMAS RICHARDSON.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated 23 May 2006.
Caveat: If you wish to object to or to be heard upon the application, you may file a caveat in the
Supreme Court registry mentioned above at any time before the grant is made.
Creditors: All creditors or others having a claim against the estate are required to send
particulars of their claim to the applicant's solicitors within six (6) weeks of the date of
publication of this notice.
Date of Death: 23 August 2014.
Applicants Solicitors: EHRICH MONAHAN & TISDALL, 10 Kent Street, Beenleigh Qld 4207.
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RICKETTS, JON WILLIAM (also known as JOHN WILLIAM RICKETTS)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 4 October 2007 of
JON WILLIAM RICKETTS (also known as JOHN WILLIAM RICKETTS) late of Marycrest, 411
Main Street, Kangaroo Point, Queensland, deceased, will be made by DAVID PATRICK LYNCH
and GAY-LOUISE LYNCH to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by: ELLIOTT & HARVEY LAWYERS 4/1953 Logan Road, Upper Mt Gravatt Qld 4122.
ROBERTS, ANN GRETTA
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 22 January 2014
of ANN GRETTA ROBERTS late of 624 Greenwattle Street, Toowoomba, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by HEATHER KAY RAABE and BARBARA ANN BOCHOW to the
Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by MASONS SOLICITORS, 18 Bowen Street, Toowoomba in the State of Queensland.
ROBERTS, LORNA MARY
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 1 March 2013 of
LORNA MARY ROBERTS, late of Regis Parkland Manor, Ferny Grove in the State of
Queensland, deceased will be made by ANNE CHRISTINE O'KEEFE to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any person having any claim, whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, against the Estate
are required to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's solicitors within six (6) weeks of
the date of publication of this Notice at the expiration of which the executors will proceed to
distribute the assets of the Testatrix among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to
the claims of which the said executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by COLWELL LYONS LAWYERS, 1341 Gympie Road, Aspley, 4034.
ROBINSON, ALICE BETTY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 25th February
2014 of ALICE BETTY ROBINSON late of 18 Mackenzie Street, Mackay, in the State of
Queensland deceased will be made by LAWRENCE HARVEY ROBINSON and VALERIE
ALICE CROSS to the Supreme Court at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Creditors Notice: All creditors in the estate of the Deceased are hereby required to send in
particulars of their claim to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at the
expiration of which time the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testatrix
amongst the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said
Executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by MACROSSAN & AMIET, Solicitors, 55 Gordon Street, Mackay Qld 4740.
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ROBSON, DAVID KEITH
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 6 June 1997
DAVID KEITH ROBSON, formerly of 6 Walter Raleigh Crescent, Hollywell in the State
Queensland, but late of Opal Aged Care, 100 Wardoo Street, Ashmore in the State
Queensland, deceased, will be made by THELMA ROBSON to the Supreme Court
Queensland at Brisbane.
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You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are required to send particulars of their claims to the
undersigned lawyers within six (6) weeks from the date of publication of this notice at the
expiration of which time, pursuant to s 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 (Qld), the applicant will
proceed to distribute the estate of the deceased among the persons entitled to it having regard
only to the claims of which the applicant has notice.
Lodged by SMALL MYERS HUGHES LAWYERS, Level 2, 17 Welch Street, Southport,
Queensland, 4215 (PO Box 1876, Southport, Queensland, 4215).
ROONEY, MICHAEL ALLAN
After 14 days from today an application for Letters of Administration of MICHAEL ALLAN
ROONEY late of 8 Plunkett Street, Woodridge, deceased, will be made by SIMONNE
SHEPHERD to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to her.
Lodged by: AFFLECK LAWTON LAWYERS Unit 4, 105 George Street, Beenleigh Qld 4207.
ROULENT, CARON LESLEY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 30 July 2014 of
CARON LESLEY ROULENT late of 47 Mossman Way, Sandstone Point in the State of
Queensland, deceased, will be made by DENNIS JOHN TOOES to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicant will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicant will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to him.
Applicant's Solicitors: FILES, STIBBE LAWYERS 11/9 Toorbul Street Bribie Island Qld 4507.
ROYLE, FLORA RUTH
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 12 September
2006 of FLORA RUTH ROYLE, late of Hillcrest Gardens, Unit 2, 25 Ney Road Capalaba,
Queensland, deceased, will be made by GLENNIS RUTH SAGGERS and KENNETH ALFRED
ROYLE to the Supreme Court at Brisbane. You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in
that registry.
All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the applicants'
solicitors no later than 6 weeks from date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by AUSTRALIAN LAW GROUP, Lawyers 1/27 Stoneham Street, Stones Corner,
Brisbane Qld 4120.
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RYAN, NORMAN THOMAS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of representation will be made to the
Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane as follows:
Deceased: NORMAN THOMAS RYAN.
Last Address: Unit 13 "The Nautilus Noosa", 124 Noosa Parade, Noosaville, Queensland.
Applicant(s): JULIA ELIZABETH WHITE.
Grant: Probate of the will dated 9 July, 2014.
Caveat: If you wish to object to or to be heard upon the application, you may file a caveat in the
Supreme Court registry mentioned above at any time before the grant is made.
Creditors: All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the
Applicant's solicitors within forty two (42) days from the date of publication of this notice, after
which date the Applicant/s may distribute the estate having regard only to the claims of which
the Applicant/s have notice of at the time of distribution.
Applicant(s) Solicitors: ANDREW MORRIS Legal Practice PO Box 1448 Noosaville BC Qld
4565.
SAKZEWSKI, FREDERICK SIDNEY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 1st April 1999 of
FREDERICK SIDNEY SAKZEWSKI late of 12A Corona Avenue, Ashgrove, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by ALLISON DAWN KELLY to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: ALLISON DAWN KELLY, 6 Pinnata Court, Everton Hills Qld 4053.
SANDILANDS, JAMES EDWARD CHARLES
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 27 March 1998
of JAMES EDWARD CHARLES SANDILANDS late of Room 704, Beauaraba Living, 10 Weale
Street, Pittsworth, Queensland, formerly of 34 Gray Avenue, Bundaberg, Queensland, will be
made by BEVERLEY JEAN PETERSEN and HELEN MARGARET HILL to the Supreme Court
at Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by: CHARLTONS LAWYERS Thorburn House 14 Quay Street, Bundaberg Qld 4670.
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SCHULTZ, IVY ESTELLE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 15 April 2002 of
IVY ESTELLE SCHULTZ late of Salem Lutheran Rest Home, 280 Hume Street, Toowoomba,
Queensland, deceased will be made by LINDSAY JOHN SCHULTZ, DOUGLAS WILLIAM
SCHULTZ and ROBYN ELIZABETH MIDDLETON to the Supreme Court of Queensland at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons or creditors having a claim in respect of the estate of the deceased are required to
send particulars of their claims to the undersigned within 6 weeks from the date hereof, at the
expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Executors will
proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having
regard only to the claims of which the Executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by GROOM & LAVERS, 70 Neil Street, Toowoomba Q 4350.
SCOTT-COURTLAND, VIOLET ELIZABETH
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 19th May 2004
of VIOLET ELIZABETH SCOTT-COURTLAND late of Hillview House, Ashmore, Queensland
formerly of Unit 41/2 Anaheim Drive, Helensvale, Queensland deceased will be made by DIANA
JACQUELINE EASTWOOD to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that Registry.
All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's
Solicitors within six (6) weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which time pursuant to
Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the
Executor shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: WOODS HATCHER Solicitors, 29 Dreamworld Parkway Coomera Qld 4209.
SEN, CHANDRA (also known as CHANDARSAN)
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Letters of Administration on intestacy of
CHANDRA SEN (also known as CHANDARSAN) late of 3 Oak Court, Sunnybank Hills,
Queensland, Deceased, will be made by ASHNEEL LATA SEN to the Supreme Court of
Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditors, beneficiaries or other persons having any claim or claims in respect of the estate
of the abovenamed Deceased who died on 21 August 2014 are hereby required to send in
particulars of their claim to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the
expiration of which time the administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of the Deceased
among the persons entitled thereto having regard to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 and to
the claims of which the said administrator shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: WHELDON & ASSOCIATES Solicitors 12 Zamia Street Sunnybank Qld 4109.
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SMITH, NOEL THOMAS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 16 March 1999 of
NOEL THOMAS SMITH late of Eventide Nursing Home, Charters Towers, Queensland
deceased will be made by PETER NOEL SMITH to the Supreme Court at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons or creditors having a claim against the estate of the deceased are hereby required
to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at
the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Applicant will
proceed to distribute the assets of the Deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having
regard only to the claims of which the said Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by LEE TURNBULL & CO SOLICITORS, Level 1, 350 Flinders Mall, Townsville Qld
4810.
SMITH, SARAH JOSEPHINE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 3 September
1986 of SARAH JOSEPHINE SMITH late of Woodlands Lodge, Arundel in the State of
Queensland deceased will be made by ROBERT JOHN SMITH and ROSEMARY DYMPNA
COOK to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor and all other persons having a claim against the estate are required to send
particulars of their claim to the Applicants solicitor no later than 6 weeks from the date of
publication of this notice.
Lodged by MICHAEL COOPER LAWYER 34 Vanessa Blvd, Springwood Qld 4127.
SPOOR, MARK
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 10 September
2013 of MARK SPOOR late of 25 Kitching Street, Chapel Hill in the State of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by BARBARA CHRISTINE STEVENS to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors or others having a claim against the estate are required to send particulars of their
claim to the Applicant's solicitors no later than six weeks from the date of this Notice.
Lodged by: ELLISON MOSCHELLA & CO, Solicitors, 7th Floor, 79 Adelaide Street, Brisbane
Qld 4000.
STANKOVICH, ANTE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 22nd May, 1998
of ANTE STANKOVICH late of 194 Silky Oak Creek Road, Silky Oak in the State of
Queensland, deceased, will be made by VERA STANKOVICH to the Supreme Court at Cairns.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claim to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which time,
pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the executrix will proceed to distribute the assets
of the testator among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the
executrix shall then have had notice.
Lodged by ROSS MANGANO Solicitors, 45 Bryant Street, Tully Qld 4854.
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STANYNOUGHT, EVELYN MARY BERNARDETTE (also known as EVELYN
MARY BERNADETTE STANYNOUGHT)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 18 November
2003 of EVELYN MARY BERNARDETTE STANYNOUGHT (also known as EVELYN MARY
BERNADETTE STANYNOUGHT) late of Carinity Aged Care Clifford, 44 Jimbour Street,
Wooloowin, Queensland deceased will be made by EQUITY TRUSTEES WEALTH SERVICES
LIMITED ABN 33 006 132 332 (in the will called ANZ EXECUTORS & TRUSTEE COMPANY
LIMITED) of Level 2, 575 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Victoria to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the estate of the deceased are required to send particulars of their claim to ANZ
Wealth Legal Services, 20/111 Eagle Street, Brisbane Qld 4000 within six (6) weeks from the
date of publication of this notice, after which, pursuant to section 67 Trusts Act 1973, the estate
will be distributed as required by law having regard only to the claims lodged.
Lodged by ANZ WEALTH LEGAL SERVICES, 20/111 Eagle Street, Brisbane Qld 4000.
STEEN, ROY PATRICK
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 25 May, 2010 of
ROY PATRICK STEEN late of Pioneer Gardens, Heaps Street, Bundaberg, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by KATHERINE MARY BARNEY and WILLIAM EDWARD STEEN to
the Supreme Court at Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicants' solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Date of Death: 2 August, 2014.
Lodged by: PAYNE BUTLER LANG SOLICITORS 2 Targo Street, Bundaberg Qld 4670, PO
Box 649, Bundaberg Qld 4670.
STRANG, JANET LIM
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 30 October 2013
of JANET LIM STRANG late of 5 Hopetoun Close, Carindale in the state of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by MICHAEL JOHN STRANG to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's
Solicitors within 6 weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by: BIDDLE LAWYERS, PO Box 3095, Victoria Point West, Qld, 4165.
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TAYLOR, DOROTHEA LAURENE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 22 August 2002
of DOROTHEA LAURENE TAYLOR late of Unit 100 Pinelake Village, 11 Araucaria Way,
Elanora in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by WENDY KAREN WARMAN to
the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons or creditors having a claim against the estate of the deceased are hereby required
to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at
the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Applicant will
proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having
regard only to the claims of which the said Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by RAMSDEN LAWYERS of E311, Level 3 Oracle East, 6 Charles Avenue,
Broadbeach Qld 4218.
UPTON, ZENDA MERLE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 27 April 2004 of
ZENDA MERLE UPTON late of 105W Angelus House, De Paul Villa, 27 Edmund Rice Drive,
Ashmore deceased will be made by MARK HOWARD UPTON and HEATHER GAYE VAN
ROOYEN (aka GAYE HEATHER VAN ROOYEN) to the Supreme Court of Queensland at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor and all other persons having a claim against the estate are required to send
particulars of their claim to the applicants’ solicitors within 6 weeks of the date of publication of
this notice, at the expiration of which time pursuant to section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 the
Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled
thereto having regard only to the claims of which the Executors shall then have had notice.
Date of Death: 4 September 2014.
Lodged by: JOHN WOULFE SOLICITOR Shop 2 Ashmore Plaza Cotlew Street Ashmore 4214.
VALLIS, IAN
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Letters of Administration with the Will
dated 11 January 2001 of IAN VALLIS late of 48 Gertrude McLeod Crescent, Middle Park,
Queensland, deceased will be made by MARK IAN VALLIS and RHYLL KAREN VALLIS to the
Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: THE ESTATE LAWYERS Level 5, 239 George Street Brisbane Qld 4000.
VARTY, DENNIS MORGAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 9 July 2013 of
DENNIS MORGAN VARTY late of Room 227, Tantula Rise Retirement Community, 96 Tantula
Road West, Alexandra Headland, Queensland deceased, will be made by BEVERLEY ANN
KEEN to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors, beneficiaries or persons otherwise having a claim against the estate are required
to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's solicitors within 6 weeks of the date of
publication of this notice at the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act
1973, the Applicant will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the Applicant shall have had notice.
Lodged by GREENHALGH PICKARD SOLICITORS AND ACCOUNTANTS, PO Box 52
Buddina Qld 4575 (113 Point Cartwright Drive, Buddina).
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VOWLES, EVELINE GRACE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated February 2006 of
EVELINE GRACE VOWLES late of Blue Care Nursing Home, 166 Sibley Road, Wynnum West
in the State of Queensland but formerly and in the Will described as of Unit 20, Raby Bay
Quays, Esperance Court, Cleveland in the State of Queensland, deceased will be made by
RONALD MARTIN VOWLES to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send particulars of their claim
to the Applicant's solicitors within six weeks of the date hereof at the expiration of which time
the Applicant will proceed to distribute the assets of the Deceased amongst the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by COLVILLE JOHNSTONE LAWYERS, 15 Middle Street (PO Box 212), Cleveland
4163.
WALTERS, ANTHONY GEORGE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 19 August 2010
of ANTHONY GEORGE WALTERS late of Ozcare Currimundi, 28 Saffron Drive, Currimundi in
the State of Queensland deceased will be made by SARAH LOUISE WALTERS to the Supreme
Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the Estate are required to send in particulars of their claim to the applicant's
solicitors no later than six weeks from the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by SMITH & STANTON, Lawyers, 607 Robinson Road, Aspley Qld 4034.
WATERS, PHYLLIS MAY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 21st June, 2002
of PHYLLIS MAY WATERS, Address in Will: 205 Mountain View Road, Maleny in the State of
Queensland, Last Address: Brodribb Home, Toowoomba in the State of Queensland will be
made by TREVOR ROY WATERS and JENETTE ANN PENNEY to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the applicants within
six weeks of the date of publication of this notice. At the expiration of which time pursuant to
s.67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator
among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the executor shall
then have had notice.
Lodged by EASTON LAWYERS, 62 Maple Street, Maleny 4552.
WEBSTER, JASON BRODIE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
JASON BRODIE WEBSTER late of "Lorray" Yarrol Road, Monto Q 4630, deceased will be
made by HAYLEY FIONA WEBSTER to the Supreme Court at Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by HAYLEY WEBSTER "Lorray" Yarrol Road Monto Q 4630.
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WESTON, ROBERT NEIL
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 19th March,
2012 of ROBERT NEIL WESTON late of Benevolent Home, Rockhampton, Queensland,
deceased will be made by CHERYL ANN KELE to the Supreme Court at Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: MICHAEL STOCKALL Solicitor PO Box 268 Rockhampton Q 4700.
WOODHOUSE, KENNETH GEORGE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 2nd March 2004
of KENNETH GEORGE WOODHOUSE late of 56 Hibiscus Street, Walkamin in the state of
Queensland (deceased) will be made by TREVOR ALLEN WOODHOUSE to the Supreme
Court at Cairns.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the applicant's
solicitors no later than 6 weeks from the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by DAVID ANTHONY SOLICITORS, 166 Byrnes Street Mareeba Qld 4880.
WORTH, NORMA SHIRLEY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 1 September
2006 of NORMA SHIRLEY WORTH late of The Terraces, 74 University Drive, Varsity Lakes in
the State of Queensland deceased will be made by DEANNA SHIRLEY GREEN and ANNETTE
EILEEN CONDREN to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Creditors: Any creditor and all other persons having a claim against the estate are required to
send particulars of that claim to the Applicant's solicitors within 6 weeks of the date of
publication of this notice.
Lodged by: BELL LEGAL GROUP, Level 4, 91 Upton Street, Bundall Qld 4217.
YOUNG, JOHN PAUL ORFORD
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
JOHN PAUL ORFORD YOUNG late of 208/2 Turnbull Avenue, Miami in the State of
Queensland, deceased, will be made by JOAN OLIVE YOUNG to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to her.
Lodged by: ARCURI LAWYERS 2112 Gold Coast Highway, Miami Qld 4220.
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BURNS, CATHERINE ELISE
I, CATHERINE ELISE BURNS of 1/12 Agnes Street, Morningside 4170 and Martinez Lawyers,
1st floor, 73 Oxford Street, Bulimba 4171 being formerly a student of the Graduate Diploma in
Legal Practice at the Queensland University of Technology intend to apply to the Supreme
Court at Cairns on the 14th day of November 2014 to be admitted to the legal profession under
the Legal Profession Act 2007 (Qld).
Any objection to my admission must state the objector's name, contact details, and grounds for
the objection in writing and be signed, dated and lodged with the Legal Practitioners Admissions
Board, at GPO Box 1785, Brisbane Qld 4001 , or by facsimile to (07) 3221 7193 not later than 4
p.m. on 4th day of November 2014.
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GERREY, JUSTINE FRANCES
I, JUSTINE FRANCES GERREY of 13 Ibis Close, Kewarra Beach in the State of Queensland,
and Bottoms English Lawyers, 63 Mulgrave Road, Cairns in the State of Queensland, being a
Supervised Trainee at Bottoms English Lawyers of 63 Mulgrave Road, Cairns Qld 4870 and
formerly a student of the Practical Legal Training Part Program at College of Law of Level 5,
Wesley House, 140 Ann Street, Brisbane Qld 4000, intend to apply to the Supreme Court at
Cairns on the 14th day of November 2014, to be admitted to the legal profession under the
Legal Profession Act 2007 (Qld).
Any objection to my admission must state the objector's name, contact details, and grounds for
the objection in writing and be signed, dated and lodged with the Legal Practitioners Admissions
Board, at GPO Box 1785, Brisbane Qld 4001, or by facsimile to (07) 3221 7193 not later than 4
p.m. on the 4th of November 2014.
RIGG, DEBRA ANNE (formerly DEBBIE ANNE RIGG and DEBBIE ANNE
HANNABY)
I, DEBRA ANNE RIGG, formerly DEBBIE ANNE RIGG and DEBBIE ANNE HANNABY of 7
Whitfield Street, Aeroglen, Queensland being formally a student of the Graduate Diploma in
Legal Practice at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane intend to apply to the
Supreme Court at Cairns on the 14th day of November 2014 to be admitted to the legal
profession under the Legal Profession Act 2007 (Qld).
Any objection to my admission must state the objector's name, contact details, and grounds for
the objection in writing and be signed, dated and lodged with the Legal Practitioners Admissions
Board, at GPO Box 1785, Brisbane Qld 4001, or by facsimile to (07) 3221 7193 not later than 4
p.m. on 4th day of November 2014.
Dated this 14th day of October, 2014.
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TIWARI, PRATHNA
I, PRATHNA TIWARI of 23 Alderman Street, Mount Sheridan in the State of Queensland and
Suite 22, 12-14 Lake Street, Cairns in the State of Queensland being Law Graduate at
O'Connor Law and formerly a student of the Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at Bond
University and formerly a student of Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Business at James Cook
University, intend to apply to the Supreme Court at Cairns on the 14th day of November 2014 to
be admitted to the legal profession under the Legal Profession Act 2007 (Qld).
Any objection to my admission must state the objector's name, contact details, and grounds for
the objection in writing and be signed, dated and lodged with the Legal Practitioners Admissions
Board, at GPO Box 1785, Brisbane Qld 4001, or by facsimile to (07) 3221 7193 not later than 4
p.m. on 4 November 2014.
Dated this 14th day of October, 2014.
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