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Queensland Law Reporter – 15 November 2013 – [2013] 45 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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Recent Important Decision – Inherent power of courts to stay proceedings – Judicial
immunity from the effect of criticism of the courts: R v Brown [2013] QCA 337
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Judicial Speeches – Lord Neuberger – Justice in the Age of Austerity
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Recent Acquisitions by the Supreme Court Library
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Recent Practice Decision – Cost orders in actions brought by liquidators: International
Cat Manufacturing Pty Ltd (in liq) v Rodrick [2013] QSC 307
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New Practice Directions – Change of Names
EDITORS’ SELECTION OF NEW CASES| 6
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Succession law – “Child” of the deceased according to Aboriginal tradition: Gundy
v Eatts [2013] QSC 297
NEWLY PUBLISHED REPORTS | 7
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R v Knight [2013] QCA 144
PUBLIC NOTICES | 9
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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 | 51
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WEEK IN REVIEW
R M Derrington QC (Editor)
RECENT IMPORTANT DECISION – INHERENT POWER OF COURTS TO
STAY PROCEEDINGS – JUDICIAL IMMUNITY FROM THE EFFECT OF
CRITICISM OF THE COURTS
R v Brown [2013] QCA 337; Court of Appeal (The President, Holmes and Muir JJA) (8
November 2013)
This important decision of the Court of Appeal contains some interesting observations
concerning the position of Courts vis-à-vis the Executive in a Westminster Parliamentary
democracy; particularly as it relates to Queensland. It also contains important statements
identifying the accepted standards of judicial integrity and impartiality in respect of which the
community can have faith that they are routinely applied by all judges.
By this decision the Court of Appeal allowed the Crown’s appeal from the decision of Fryberg J
(reported in [2013] 44 QLR). The facts of the matter are set out in that earlier decision and
there is no need to repeat them in detail. Essentially, Fryberg J had stayed an application to
review the decision of a Magistrate who had granted bail to the accused whom the Crown
asserted was a “Bikie” such that s 16(3A) of the Bail Act was applicable to the determination of
the application. Fryberg J granted a stay on the basis that the Premier of the State of
Queensland, the Hon Mr Campbell Newman MP, had made certain public statements
concerning the approach by the Courts when granting bail in respect of persons who were
described as “Bikies”. The central issues were whether or not there existed inherent power to
stay the application and, if there was, should it have been exercised in this case? The decision
of the Court of Appeal discusses a number of interesting issues:
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Firstly, the Court considered its inherent power to control its process and to prevent
abuses of process. It was accepted that it was “neither possible nor prudent to attempt
exhaustively to list the powers exercisable by a superior court of record under its inherent
jurisdiction”. It was also accepted that the power was not limited to closed categories and
that it was a power that was exercisable if the administration of justice so demanded.
However, it was also observed that the court’s power must be exercised judicially and in
a manner directed to the effective exercise of the court’s jurisdiction in accordance with
established principle.
In the case before it, the Court of Appeal disagreed with the factual premise on which the
power had been exercised by the judge at first instance; namely that there was a very
real risk that the members of the public would perceive a result in favour of the Crown as
having been influenced by the comments of the Premier. The Court noted that the
question was to be tested by reference to persons who “are reasonable and fair-minded
and who are ‘neither complacent nor unduly sensitive or suspicious’”. Apparently, these
“members of the public” perceive the courts to be robust rather than fragile such that,
even where there is substantial public commentary concerning a matter before the Court,
they would nevertheless believe that all judicial officers would dispose of their cases
strictly in accordance with their judicial oaths of office. This confidence in the Courts is
built, so it was said, upon the fact that “the Australian Supreme Courts developed a
reputation for independence and impartiality prior to federation. That reputation has been
maintained without interruption”.
In the result it was determined that it was “improbable that members of the public would
perceive the Supreme Court to have the institutional fragility implicit in the primary judge’s
findings or that judges of that Court would be pressured or influenced in their decisionmaking processes by statements of the nature of those under consideration”.
The court referred specifically to the fact that Courts, consisting of judges sitting without a
jury, are not affected in their decision making process by anything that is published in the
media or otherwise. In this respect the Court held that:
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“Assuming that the Premier’s remarks were made as reported, they were not such as
would lead a reasonable member of the Queensland public to think that any Queensland
judicial officer would fail to be true to his or her oath or affirmation of office in
consequence of them.”
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Importantly, the notion (which is presently widely held by the tabloid press and media)
that Courts should act in accordance with what are said to be “the wishes of the
community” or the policy of the government of the day was strongly eschewed.
This important judgment of the Court also contains some interesting discussion about the
appropriateness of criticism of the Courts and Judges and the limits of the same.
JUDICIAL SPEECHES – LORD NEUBERGER – JUSTICE IN THE AGE OF
AUSTERITY
The topical and important issue of how to ensure that justice is served in societies which are
feeling strong economic pressures was recently addressed at the Tom Sargent Memorial
Lecture. This year’s lecture was delivered by Lord Neuberger, President of the Supreme Court
of the United Kingdom, who gave a presentation entitled, “Justice in the Age of Austerity”.
His Lordship started by observing that the United Kingdom largely meets the eight criteria that
are necessary for a society to adhere to the Rule of Law. However, it falls significantly short
with respect to the affordability of justice. The affordability of justice is largely a consequence of
two separate issues – accessibility of the law and the accessibility of the courts. Access to the
“law”, in the physical rather than substantive sense, is largely achieved through the online
publication of legislation and judgments. However, the complexity and sheer volume of that
“easily accessed” legislation and case-law means that despite having physical access to these
laws, many, including those who draft them, are unable to decipher their contents. Lord
Neuberger argues that there is a dire need for legislation that is more critically considered and
far less in quantity. His Lordship goes on to suggest that the judiciary must also emulate this
practice and ensure that the common law is also as “simple and clear as possible”.
The clearest and most simple laws, however, are a moot point in circumstances where their
breach cannot be addressed. Lord Neuberger argues that all citizens must have access to the
courts to have their claims determined by a judge in public. This need is not solely based upon
“principle”, but also practicality. Whilst dispute resolution systems are “all-well-and-good”, they
can only work where “ultimately there is the authority and power of the justice system” to
motivate parties to negotiate constructively and enforce any agreements that are made. Access
to the courts, however, is most detrimentally impacted by the cost of litigation and the
reluctance of the government to pay what the legal profession charges. Lord Neuberger
observes that there is a dual duty at play – whilst his Lordship contends that the government
must be willing to adequately fund legal aid; he further argues that judges have a duty to ensure
that legal advice and litigation are “as cheap and speedy as is consistent with justice.” His
Lordship contends that there is a need for “strong proactive judicial control” to ensure that
claims are not allowed to incur legal costs disproportionate to the actual amount at stake.
His Lordships speech is available from the website of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
or by clicking here.
RECENT ACQUISITIONS BY THE SUPREME COURT LIBRARY
In this new section of the Queensland Law Reporter the recent acquisitions by the Supreme
Court Library are identified with emphasis placed on those considered to be of special interest
for practitioners. The Library of the Supreme Court is a critical and essential resource for the
working of the Court and the profession and its importance will continue to grow as the rising
cost of texts and lose-leaf legal publications puts many works beyond the reach of many
practitioners. The Library offers numerous useful services to practitioners, especially for those
outside of Brisbane. They can be found on the library’s website which can be accessed by
clicking here.
The following books were added to the collection of the Supreme Court Library during the week:
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Mark Aronson & Matthew Groves Judicial Review of Administrative Action 5 Ed
2013 (LBC)
This new edition of a reliable practitioner’s text is very welcome. The last edition was
current to June 2008, but with literally hundreds of Australian administrative law decisions
having been decided since then, the new edition has been substantially rewritten and
expanded.
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Andreas Schloenhardt Queensland Criminal Law 3 Ed 2013 (OUP)
This is a clearly written student text which may be of assistance to practitioners seeking
an introduction to an unfamiliar aspect of Queensland criminal law.
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JT Gleeson, JA Watson, RCA Higgins, E Peden Historical Foundations of Australian
Law Volumes I and II 2013 (Fed Press)
This valuable new work has already been reviewed in the QLR. It contains a sweeping
overview of the personalities, events and developments which have shaped Australian
law.
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Richard A Posner Reflections on Judging 2013 (Harvard)
Posner is a widely published legal academic (University of Chicago Law School) who has
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also served for 31 years as a Judge of the US Court of Appeals for the 7 Circuit (based
in Chicago). In this book, he reflects on the challenges of judging, in an engaging way
which will resonate with Australian judges and practitioners.
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James Goudkamp Tort Law Defences 2013 (Hart)
With its origins in a doctoral thesis, this new book from an Oxford academic has a
strongly theoretical character. However, it does contain a valuable account of key
defences to actions in tort – including defences based upon a denial of causation.
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Leif Gamertsfelder Corporate Information and the Law 2013 (Lexis)
This new book tackles a very practical issue – the rights and obligations which exist in
relation to access to and disclosure of corporate information. It is written by the
Executive Legal Counsel – Banking in the Commonwealth Bank group.
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Other new books include:
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Helen Cook The Law of Nuclear Energy 1 Ed 2013 (Sweet & Maxwell)
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Jacqueline Craigie Innocence Lost - The Last Man Hanged in Queensland
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Michael Eburn Emergency Law 4 Ed 2013 (Fed Press)
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Peter Sankoff, Steven White, Celeste Black Animal Law in Australasia 2
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Greg Taylor Sir Richard Hanson 2013 (Fed Press)
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RECENT PRACTICE DECISION – COST ORDERS IN ACTIONS BROUGHT
BY LIQUIDATORS
International Cat Manufacturing Pty Ltd (in liq) v Rodrick [2013] QSC 307,
McMurdo J; (7 November 2013)
This decision by McMurdo J concerns the appropriate costs orders to be made in an action
brought by a liquidator where the action has been wholly unsuccessful. The defendants sought
their costs against the liquidator on an indemnity basis. The liquidator asserted that there
should be no order for costs or that the costs orders should be made against the company in
liquidation. The substantive part of his Honour’s reasons dealt with the submission that in
relation to actions in Courts liquidators are in a favoured position such that they should only be
personally liable for the costs of a failed action where their conduct could be said to have been
“improper” in the sense described in Re Beddoe. However, his Honour noted that the
application of that principle only arose when the costs were sought against a liquidator who had
not been a party to an action brought by the company in liquidation. His Honour noted that
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there is a distinction between the position where the liquidator is a plaintiff and where the
liquidator is a defendant. He applied the decision of Rein J in Silvia v Brodyn Pty Limited (2007)
25 ACLC 385 at 393-394 to the effect that where the liquidator commences proceedings there is
no reason for them to have an immunity from an order against them personally if those
proceedings are unsuccessful. Although a liquidator has a right of indemnity out of the assets
of the company, to the extent that they are not sufficient the liquidator litigates at their own risk.
On the other hand, if proceedings are brought against a liquidator personally in relation to the
conduct of the liquidation, the usual rule is that no order for costs should be made against the
liquidator personally unless they have acted unreasonably. In the matter before the Court where
there were claims by both the insolvent company and the liquidator, there was no basis on
which to exclude the potential liability of the liquidator for an order for costs. The liquidators
were ordered to pay the successful defendants’ costs of what the judge determined was an
unmeritorious claim.
NEW PRACTICE DIRECTIONS – CHANGE OF NAMES
District Court Practice Direction No 14 of 2013 and Planning and Environment
Court Practice Direction No 13 of 2013 – Bottoms English Lawyers (Atherton
Office) name change
The Chief Judge of the District Court, PM Wolfe, has issued new practice directions for the
District and the Planning and Environment Court with respect to the change of name of the firm
previously known as Bottoms English Lawyers (Atherton Office). The name of the firm has
changed to Atherton Tablelands Law on and from 31 October 2013. The firm’s address at Suite
3, Level 1, 7 Herberton Road, Atherton, Queensland did not change. The practice notice
permits actions previously carried on by Bottoms English Lawyers (Atherton Office) to be
carried on by Atherton Tablelands Law without there being a need to file a notice of change of
address. The full practice direction can be read at the Supreme Court of Queensland’s website
by clicking here.
District Court Practice Direction No 15 of 2013 and Planning and Environment
Court Practice Direction No 14 of 2013 – Hemming+Hart name change
The Chief Judge of the District Court, PM Wolfe, has also issued new practice directions for the
District and the Planning and Environment Court with respect to the change of name of the firm
previously known as Hemming+Hart Lawyers. The name of that firm has changed to CBP Pty
Ltd on and from 4 November 2013. The firm’s address at Level 5, 307 Queen Street Brisbane,
QLD 4000 did not change. The practice notice permits actions previously carried on by
Hemming+Hart to be carried on by CBP Pty Ltd without there being a need to file a notice of
change of address. The full practice direction can be read at the Supreme Court of
Queensland’s website by clicking here.
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EDITORS’ SELECTION OF NEW CASES
The following case has been selected for reporting in the Queensland Reports:
SUCCESSION LAW – “CHILD” OF THE DECEASED ACCORDING TO
ABORIGINAL TRADITION
Gundy v Eatts [2013] QSC 297; Atkinson J; (1 November 2013)
This important decision of Atkinson J is of great interest in a number of different and interesting
ways. The matter came before the Court as an application to strike out an Originating
Summons. The OA had been brought by Mr Gundy in respect of the estate of Ms Doreen Eatts.
He sought orders that he was entitled to the whole of the estate as the “next of kin” or
alternatively he was entitled to provision out of the estate. Mr Gundy asserted his entitlement to
make an application in relation to the estate on the basis that he was the son of the deceased.
As a matter of fact Mr Gundy had been born to the sister of the deceased. However, the natural
mother had given up her new born to her sister and her sister raised the child as his mother for
his whole life. Mr Gundy had referred to the deceased as his mother and every aspect of their
life was conducted on the basis that they were mother and child. However, Mr Gundy was not
ever adopted by the deceased although he was occasionally referred to as her “foster child”.
Her Honour accepted a range of evidence showing that under Aboriginal Tradition there may
well be a relationship of mother and child even though the mother was not the natural mother of
the child. The administrator of the estate sought to strike out the OA on the basis that Mr Gundy
could not succeed on either application as he was not the deceased’s child. In her reasons for
judgment her Honour noted the heavy onus required to be discharged before a Court would
strike out proceedings. In relation to the application under s 41 of the Succession Act for
provision out of the estate, the question was whether or not Mr Grundy was a “child” of the
deceased. The word “child” was defined in s 40 to mean, in relation to Part 4, “any child,
stepchild or adopted child of that person”. The word “child” was not otherwise defined in the
Succession Act. However, that word is defined in the Acts Interpretation Act to include
“descendent” and “descendent” was defined to include, in relation to Aboriginal people, “a
descendant under Aboriginal tradition”. In turn, Aboriginal Tradition was defined to mean
traditions, observances and customs in relation to, inter alia, relationships. Consequently, on the
material before the Court it was arguable that Mr Grundy would be able to establish at a trial
that he was the “child” of the deceased. If he were able to do so he would be entitled to the
whole of the estate as a result of the intestacy of the deceased. Accordingly, the application to
strike out the Originating Application failed.
R M Derrington QC
Editor: Queensland Reports
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NEWLY PUBLISHED REPORTS
CRIMINAL LAW – JURIES – APPLICATION FOR ORDER FOR
INVESTIGATION OF SUSPECTED BIAS OR COMMISSION OF OFFENCE
BY JUROR – WHETHER “GROUNDS TO SUSPECT” BIAS OR
COMMISSION OF OFFENCE – DISCRETION TO ORDER
R v Knight [2013] QCA 144
The appellants applied for orders under s 70(7) of the Jury Act 1995 for an investigation of
suspected bias or the commission of an offence relating to the membership of the jury, or the
performance of functions of the jury that returned guilty verdicts against the appellants in their
re-trial for murder and the seeking and disclosure of information from the jury for the purposes
of that investigation.
Nineteen days after the re-trial and sentencing on 2 April 2012, a solicitor who had acted for one
of the appellants was told by his hairdresser of a conversation the hairdresser had had with a
customer that morning. The customer said that he had not long finished jury service in a
Supreme Court trial which was over and so could talk about the case. The case involved a
murder in gaol in Rockhampton and involved three men. The customer stated something like “it
wouldn’t make any difference as they were already serving life terms or long terms of
imprisonment already.” The customer said the men on trial required two security guards for
each of them and they were “rough or tough looking blokes”.
The appellants contended that this gave rise to grounds to suspect that the juror may have been
guilty of bias because it indicated an awareness of the prior convictions of the accused which
information may have been in the possession of the juror before the re-trial concluded.
At the re-trial in the Supreme Court in Brisbane on 2 April 2012, the appellants, all inmates of
Rockhampton Correctional Centre, were convicted of murdering another inmate in the shower
block of the prison on 16 June 1999. Evidence was given by a number of prisoners. The
prisoner witnesses were asked by the prosecutor why they were in custody in 1999 and most
were cross-examined about their criminal records. There was no evidence about the criminal
record of any of the appellants or why they were in custody and the jury was directed not to
draw any inference from the appellants being in prison. The sentencing occurred that day. No
member of the jury was present for the sentencing. On the sentencing the criminal histories of
each appellant was tendered. The appellant K had a prior conviction for murder of a fellow
inmate whilst in gaol in New South Wales. The appellant W had a prior conviction for
manslaughter, having killed a person with an iron bar when stealing money from him. He was
serving sentences for assaulting other prisoners at the time of the subject offence. R had prior
convictions for assault and drug offences.
An earlier trial had been held in Rockhampton in which the appellants were convicted of the
murder, but those convictions were overturned on appeal, and a re-trial ordered. The trial in
Rockhampton had attracted extensive media coverage, including publication of the appellants’
respective criminal histories. Little, if any, reporting of the Brisbane re-trial occurred prior to the
appellants’ convictions on 2 April 2012. On that day an online report on the Courier Mail website
reported the convictions and the previous conviction for murder of K and the previous conviction
for manslaughter of W and an online report on the Brisbane Times website reported the case
referring to K’s previous conviction for murder. An article in the Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
on 3 April 2012 reported the convictions and sentences and the appellants’ convictions on the
first trial. Some details of the appellants’ criminal histories were available online during the
course of the Brisbane trial. Access could still be had to the reporting of the appellants’ criminal
histories published in Rockhampton after the first trial.
During the re-trial the jury were directed and warned by the trial judge to have regard only to the
evidence and not to make any investigations or enquiries of their own and not to discuss the
case with anyone else during the trial.
The appellants’ appealed from the refusal of that application.
Held, per Muir JA (Boddice and Jackson JJ agreeing), dismissing the appeal:
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That having regard to the constitutional role of juries as the triers of fact in criminal trials,
the respect with which the law has traditionally treated jury verdicts and the ability of
juries to reach their verdicts faithfully following the trial judge’s directions, it cannot be
supposed that s 70(7) of the Jury Act 1995 contemplated the launching of an
investigation without good cause. Nor could the legislature have regarded the authorising
of such an investigation as anything other than a serious step. Those circumstances
support the construction, which is borne out by the normal everyday meaning of the
words used, that for there to be “grounds to suspect” for the purposes of s 70(7) there
needs to be more than the existence of a mere possibility that a juror obtained knowledge
of prior convictions before a verdict was returned. [33].
Hussien v Chong Fook Kam [1970] AC 942; George v Rockett (1990) 170 CLR 104;
Certain Lloyd’s Underwriters Subscribing to Contract No IH00AAQS v Cross (2012) 87
ALJR 131 considered.
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That there was nothing in the conversation between the juror and the hairdresser that
suggested that the juror’s knowledge of the appellants’ prior convictions was gained
before the delivery of the jury’s verdict. Nor was there anything in the conversation to
suggest that the juror was not alive to, or mindful of, his obligations as a juror. The juror’s
very words suggested that he took notice of the trial judge’s directions about not
discussing the case with anyone else during the trial. [26].
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That another significant reason for concluding the juror’s relevant knowledge was gained
post-verdict was the fundamental assumption that a jury in a criminal trial acted on the
evidence and in accordance with the trial judge’s directions. [28] – [30].
R v VPH (CA 60599/1993; Court of Criminal Appeal (NSW), 4 March 1994, unreported);
R v Glennon (1992) 173 CLR 592; R v Ferguson; Ex parte Attorney-General (2008) 186
A Crim R 483 considered.
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That there was the mere possibility that the juror obtained the relevant knowledge prior to
the verdicts and cogent reasons for believing the relevant knowledge was gained after
the verdicts. There was no basis for concluding that this possibility amounted to “grounds
to suspect” any of the matters in s 70(7). [34].
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That even if the discretion conferred by s 70(7) had been enlivened, the matters referred
to would have mitigated against ordering an inquiry. [35].
Editor’s Note: An application for special leave to appeal from this decision has been made to the
High Court.
RMD
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Notice of intention to apply for Grant
of Probate or Letters of Administration
AITKEN, HELEN
After fourteen (14) days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 22
February 1993 and Codicil date 5 April 1999 of HELEN AITKEN Late of Algester Lodge 117A
Dalmeny Street, Algester in the State of Queensland. Address in Will: 30 Dunkeld Street,
Acacia Ridge in the State of Queensland, deceased who died at Algester Lodge 117A Dalmeny
Street, Algester will be made by JOHN ALEXANDER AITKEN to the Supreme Court of
Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a Caveat in that registry.
All persons having a claim, whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise against the estate of
the deceased are required to send the particulars in writing of their claim to the applicant at the
address stated below within six (6) weeks after the date hereof, 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 then have had notice.
Lodged by ANDERSON BRADY SOLICITORS GPO Box 2473 Brisbane Qld 4001.
ANDREWS, KRISTINE SUSAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 29 April 2011 of
KRISTINE SUSAN ANDREWS late of 5/24 Peerless Avenue, Mermaid Beach, in the State of
Queensland, (formerly and in the Will of 57 Gsell Street, Wanguri, Northern Territory) deceased,
will be made by GARY KENNETH ANDREWS 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 particulars of their claim to the undersigned within
six (6) weeks of the date of the publication of this notice 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.
Lodged by PARKER SIMMONDS SOLICITORS, Suite 52 Level 2 Oasis Shopping Centre
Victoria Avenue Broadbeach Qld 4218.
BAKER, PATRICIA (also known as PATRICIA QUINN)
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 8 September
2008 and the Codicil dated 26 September 2008 of PATRICIA BAKER (also known as PATRICIA
QUINN) late of 454 Nursery Road, Holland Park in the State of Queensland, deceased, will be
made by ANNE MARY MICHELL 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 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 Executors will
proceed to distribute assets of the deceased among the persons entitled hereto having regard
only to the claims of which the said Executors shall then have had notice.
Date of Death: 10 October 2013.
Lodged by: CARROLL FAIRON SOLICITORS PO Box 6007 Upper Mount Gravatt Qld 4122.
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BARKER, NEIL HEDLEY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 5 August 2005 of
NEIL HEDLEY BARKER late of 5 Barrine Place, Narangba, deceased, will be made by
GLENYS ANNE BARKER 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: RIMMER LAWYERS Suite 16, 1 Newspaper Place, Maroochydore Qld 4558.
BARNES, ROBERT WILLIAM
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 25th March, 2004
of ROBERT WILLIAM BARNES. Address in Will: 4 Jacaranda Place, Maleny in the State of
Queensland. Last Address: Unit 15, Sunstone Gardens 23 Macadamia Drive, Maleny in the said
State will be made by SUSAN ELIZABETH SCHMOTZ 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.
BARTON, PHILLIP JAMES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 9 December
2009 of PHILLIP JAMES BARTON late of 17 Betony Street, Bald Hills, Queensland deceased
will be made by SONIA JUDITH ROSENTHAL of 106 Acacia Road, Kirrawee, New South
Wales 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 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, 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 TURNER FREEMAN LAWYERS, Level 8, 239 George Street, Brisbane Qld 4000.
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BELLAIRS, WILLIAM BARKER-SCOTT
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 17 February 1987
of WILLIAM BARKER-SCOTT BELLAIRS, late of Unit 11, 18 McArthur Street, Main Beach in
the State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by DAVID WILLIAM BELLAIRS and GARRY
LERON BELLAIRS as substituted executors, JOYCE HELENA BELLAIRS the first executor
named being already deceased, 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 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).
BIANCHI, LESLIE TERENCE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated the 8th July,
1981, of LESLIE TERENCE BIANCHI late of Bethany Nursing Home, Rockhampton, deceased
will be made by KEVIN LESLIE BIANCHI 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 against the estate
is required to send particulars of that claim to the estate's Solicitors at the address specified
below, not later than six (6) weeks from the date of publication of this notice.
Note: By virtue of Section 67 of the Trust Act 1973, a personal representative may, after the
expiry of the six (6) weeks period, distribute the estate of the deceased having regard only to
those claims of which notice has been given.
Lodged by CONNOLLY, SCHIRMER & BATTS, Solicitors, 6 William Street, Rockhampton. Qld.
4700.
BROWN, GREGORY STEPHEN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 17 July, 2013 of
GREGORY STEPHEN BROWN late of Canossa Private Hospital, (formerly of C/-10 Drysdale
Street, Mt Ommaney), deceased, will be made by JAMES LANCE 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 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: PATTISONS Solicitors Suite 3 107 Dandenong Road Mt Ommaney Q 4074.
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BROWNE, NOEL JOHN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 10 May 2005 of
NOEL JOHN BROWNE late of 4 Bodmin Place, Chapel Hill, Brisbane, Queensland deceased
will be made by ANDREW NOEL BROWNE of 2/66 Waverley Road, Taringa, Queensland,
4068, HELEN MARIE BROWNE of 4 Bodmin Place, Chapel Hill, Queensland, 4069 and
CATHERINE MARY BROWNE of 5/22 Carr Street, St Lucia, Queensland, 4067 to the Supreme
Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
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 potential creditors of the estate of the Deceased are required to send in particulars
of their claim to the Executor 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: CLEARY HOARE Solicitors PO Box 2684 Fortitude Valley BC Qld 4006.
BRUMFIELD, IVAN RUPERT WILSON
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 9 May 2005 of
IVAN RUPERT WILSON BRUMFIELD late of 3 Aberdeen Avenue, Benowa, Queensland,
deceased will be made by DULCIE ELIZABETH BRUMFIELD 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 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.
BRYANT, TREVOR DENIS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration on intestacy of
TREVOR DENIS BRYANT late of 11 Parwan Avenue, Bellara, deceased, will be made by
YVONNE ANNE BRYANT 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 her.
Lodged by CATTON RODERICK LAWYERS Level 1, 133 Redcliffe Parade Redcliffe Qld 4020.
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BURGESS, REGINALD
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 26 January,
1982 of REGINALD BURGESS late of 28 Buchanan Street, Beaudesert, Deceased, will be
made by VENETIA DELCIA BURGESS 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 claims to the Applicant's
Solicitor within six (6) weeks from the date of publication of this notice. After that date, the
Executors will proceed to distribute the estate among the persons entitled thereto having regard
only to claims of which the Executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: CLARKE & TURTON LAWYERS, PO Box 76, Beaudesert, Qld 4285.
CAMPBELL, ANNE HARCOURT
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 16 April 2008 of
ANNE HARCOURT CAMPBELL late of Unit 1, "The White Dolphin", 806 Pacific Parade,
Currumbin Beach, Queensland, deceased, will be made by ANTHONY LAMBERT 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: D A HARRIS & ASSOCIATES Solicitors Westfield Office Suite 1A Level 2, Main
Street, Westfield Helensvale Towncentre Qld 4212.
CARPENTER, VILMA LILLIAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 18 April 2005 of
VILMA LILLIAN CARPENTER Late of Regis Kuluin Nursing Home 354 Main Rd Kuluin
Queensland, Address in Will: 17/35 Lindsay Road, Buderim, Queensland, deceased, will be
made by CAY JOHN CARPENTER to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Where probate is applied for, add notice to creditors and beneficiaries under the Trusts Act
1973, section 67, if required.
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 them.
Lodged by: MUMFORDS LAWYERS 1, 173 Brisbane Road, Mooloolaba Qld 4557.
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CASTLE, ELLIS LLOYD
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 9th December
2009 of ELLIS LLOYD CASTLE late of 56 Doyle Street, Mareeba, Queensland and formerly of
1352 Cooroy-Belli Creek Road, Ridgewood Queensland deceased will be made by KISANE
MICHELLE CASTLE and MONIQUE ALLISON NALBANDIAN 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.
CHALK, LORNA AGNES
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: LORNA AGNES CHALK.
Last Address: Nowlanvil Nursing Centre, 205-215 Ripley Road, Flinders View in the State of
Queensland.
Address in Will: 75 Sunderland Drive, Bribie Island in the State of Queensland.
Applicant: PETER FREDERICK JOSEPH CHALK of 16 Winston Street, Yamanto in the State of
Queensland.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated 18 March 1992.
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 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 testator among the persons
entitled to thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said executors shall then have
had notice.
Date of Death: 29 September 2013.
Applicant's Solicitor: MORRISON LAWYERS 53 Brisbane Road East Ipswich Qld 4305.
CHENON, FABRICE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration on intestacy of
FABRICE CHENON late of unit 604, 7 Hope Street, South Brisbane deceased will be made by
PHILIPPA MILLER-IBOS to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by PHILIPPA MILLER-IBOS, 49 Kate Circuit, Rochedale.
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CLARKE, GLORIA MAY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 20 April 2006 of
GLORIA MAY CLARKE late of 4 Earlsfield Court, Carindale in the State of Queensland
deceased will be made by ELIZABETH ANN FRANCIS 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.
CLIFFORD, PHILLIP JOHN
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 23 April 2013 of
PHILLIP JOHN CLIFFORD late of 20 Miller Street, Warwick Queensland deceased will be made
by SHIRLEY ELSIE CLIFFORD 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 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
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 then have had notice.
Lodged by GAFFNEY LYONS & McMAHON, Solicitors, AMP Building, 116 Palmerin Street,
Warwick Qld 4370.
COLCH, PATRICIA VALMAE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 5 December 2012
of PATRICIA VALMAE COLCH late of Tricare Nursing Home, Chermside West, Queensland,
formerly of 51 Biarra Street Deagon, deceased, will be made by KAREN PATRICIA FORMOSA
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.
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COMINO, STEPHEN (also known as STEPHEN ARTHUR COMINO and as
STAVROS COMINO)
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: STEPHEN COMINO also known as STEPHEN ARTHUR COMINO and as
STAVROS COMINO.
Late of: 723 Trouts Road, Aspley, 4034 in the State of Queensland.
Applicants: ARTHUR STEPHEN COMINO and MARIA PENELOPE COMINO both of 723
Trouts Road Aspley Qld 4034.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated 26 August 2008.
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.
All creditors beneficiaries or other persons having any claim or claims in respect of the estate of
the abovenamed Deceased who died on 28 September 2013 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 Applicants will proceed to distribute the assets of the Deceased
among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the Applicants
shall then have had notice and having regard to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973.
Applicants' Solicitors: STEPHEN COMINO & ARTHUR COMINO, Solicitors, G2/524 Milton
Road Toowong Qld 4066.
COMYN, RONALD DESMOND
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 21 August, 1992
of RONALD DESMOND COMYN late of the North Rockhampton Nursing Home, 691-711
Norman Road, North Rockhampton, Queensland, deceased, will be made by CHRISTINE
EDNA COMYN to the Supreme Court 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 particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six weeks from today, at the
expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, 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: SWANWICK MURRAY ROCHE 74 Victoria Parade, Rockhampton 4700.
COOK, NORMAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 10 July 2013 of
NORMAN COOK late of 8 Whitby Street, Burrum Town, Queensland, deceased, will be made
by GREGORY DREW BOYLE 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: CSG LAW Wills & Estate Lawyers, 211 Bazaar Street, Maryborough Qld 4650 and 5
Torquay Road, Pialba Qld 4655.
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COSTEA, CONSTANTA
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: CONSTANTA COSTEA.
Last Address: 28 Morala Avenue, Biggera Waters, 4216.
Applicant: PETRU COSTEA of 11/39 Catherine Street, Beenleigh, 4207.
Grant: Letters of Administration (Intestacy).
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 six weeks from the date of publication of this Notice.
Date of Death: 24 June, 2013.
Applicant’s Solicitors: RHONDA SHEEHY & ASSOCIATES, Solicitors, The Lakes Centre, 22
King Street (P.O. Box 673), Caboolture, Qld, 4510.
CROUCH, MONICA
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 6th August 2013
of MONICA CROUCH late of 7 Dock Lane, Bulimba, in the State of Queensland deceased will
be made by DAVID TERRENCE CROUCH and TIMOTHY MICHAEL HENRY CROUCH 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 hereto, having regard only to the claims of which the
applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by CROUCH & CO SOLICITORS, PO Box 817, Aspley Qld 4034.
DELANEY, LAURENCE LESLIE (also known as LAURENCE DELANEY)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
LAURENCE LESLIE DELANEY (also known as LAURENCE DELANEY) late of 17/6 Dolphin
Drive, Bongaree, Queensland, deceased, will be made by JAMES LESLIE DELANEY to the
Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Notice to creditors and beneficiaries under the Trusts Act 1973, section 67, is to be given only
after the applicant has been appointed administrator. Before appointment the applicant has no
legal right to administer the estate. This is different to the executor whose authority is granted
by the will so that notwithstanding the grant, the exectutor can administer the will.
Lodged by: SPRINGFIELD LEGAL SERVICE LAWYERS 1/6 Commercial Drive, Springfield Qld
4300.
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DELMANOWICZ, MARY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 10th July 2012 of
MARY DELMANOWICZ late of Shalom Residential Aged Care, 357- 383 McDougal Street,
Toowoomba, Queensland, deceased will be made by DESLEY ANN DUNSTALL and
ANGELINA JULIE ROSE ASLETT 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.
DIECKMANN, KAREN ANNETTE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 24 August 2009
of KAREN ANNETTE DIECKMANN late of 12 Bruce Street, Redbank Plains Qld 4301,
deceased, will be made by IAN NOEL DIECKMANN 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: SPRINGFIELD LEGAL SERVICE LAWYERS 1/6 Commercial Drive, Springfield Qld
4300.
DOBNER, PEARL MADGE
After 14 days from to-day an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated the 14th day of
January 1997 of PEARL MADGE DOBNER late of Waroona Residential Aged Care, 10 West
Terrace, Caloundra, Queensland deceased will be made by CHRISTOPHER SKEFFINGTON
CRAWFORD 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 and any other person who has a claim on the estate
of the deceased are required to send in particulars of their claims to the applicant's solicitors
named below 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 GEOFF LYONS SOLICITORS PTY LTD of 2 Centaur Street, Caloundra,
Queensland 4551.
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DOIG, BERNICE
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 9th May, 2005
of BERNICE DOIG late of RSL Care, 1 Tollington Road Bowen in the State of Queensland,
deceased will be made by BRIAN VINCENT DOIG and MAUREEN ELLEN JOYCE 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 Trust
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by: RUDDY, TOMLINS & BAXTER Solicitors 8 Gregory Street Bowen Qld 4805.
DONATIS, DOMENICO DE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the will dated 4 June 2007 of
DOMENICO DE DONATIS late of 180 Constitution Road, Windsor in the State of Queensland,
deceased will be made by GABRIELE ANTONIO DE DONATIS 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, 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: QUADRIO LEE LAWYERS 96 Merthyr Road, New Farm 4005.
ELLIS, STANLEY JOHN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated the 8th day of
October 2012 of STANLEY JOHN ELLIS, late of 51 Browns Road, Ningi in the State of
Queensland, deceased will be made by CHRISTOPHER ALEXANDER STANLEY ELLIS,
GABRIELLE VERA BAIN and DAWN EMILY ANNETTE MCNEILL to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
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 at the expiration of which time 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.
Date of Death: 13 September 2013.
Applicant's Solicitors: JAMES MOORE LAWYER 1/29 Benabrow Avenue Bribie Island Qld
4507.
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ERSKINE, BARBARA MAY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 26 October 2010
of BARBARA MAY ERSKINE late of 9/40 Meron Street, Southport in the State of Queensland
deceased will be made by JULANNE MARY SHEARER and DEBRA ANN KEARNEY to the
Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim against the estate of the deceased is required to
send particulars of that claim to the Applicant's solicitors named below within six (6) weeks of
the date of publication of this notice. At the end of that period, the Applicant will distribute the
assets of the deceased amongst 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 CRONIN SHEARER LAWYERS, Level 1, 35-39 Scarborough Street, Southport Qld
4215.
FOLEY, KEVIN MAX
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
KEVIN MAX FOLEY late of 8 Felix Street, Cawarral, Queensland, deceased, will be made by
JENNIFER KAYE FOLEY to the Supreme Court at Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Notice to creditors and beneficiaries under the Trusts Act 1973, section 67, is to be given only
after the applicant has been appointed administrator. Before appointment the applicant has no
legal right to administer the estate. This is different to the executor whose authority is granted
by the will so that notwithstanding the grant, the exectutor can administer the will.
Lodged by: ROBERT HARRIS RIVETT LAWYERS 21 James Street, Yeppoon Qld 4703.
FOOT, MARION HOPE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 28 March 2008
of MARION HOPE FOOT late of Carinya Home for the Aged, 1 Mazlin Street, Atherton in the
State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by KATHLEEN MARY FOOT 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 (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which
time the said Applicant will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testator amongst the persons
entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the said Applicant shall then have had
notice.
Lodged by MONTGOMERY SOLICITORS, 21 Main Street, Atherton Qld 4883.
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FRASER, KAETHE (also known as KAY FRASER)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 18th July 2006 of
KAETHE FRASER also known as KAY FRASER late of Buckingham Gardens Nursing Home, 8
Buckingham Street, Alexandra Hills, Queensland, deceased will be made by KARL HEINZ
BITTNER and HELEN KAREN ENDACOTT 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.
GANIBAN, MARIANITA FLORENDO
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 18 March 2010
of MARIANITA FLORENDO GANIBAN Late of 183 Dorville Road, Carseldine, Brisbane in the
State of Queensland, deceased will be made by POLICARPIO ABALOS GANIBAN 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.
GARDE, SANDY EDWARD
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration without a Will of
SANDY EDWARD GARDE late of 11 Mabel Street, Croydon, deceased, will be made by
AMANDA ROSE HARTLEY 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 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: PURCELL TAYLOR LAWYERS PTY LTD Ground Floor, 42 Sturt Street, Townsville
Qld 4810.
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GARDINER, FREDERICK CHARLES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 22 November
2012 of FREDERICK CHARLES GARDINER late of 97 Park Road, Wooloowin, Queensland
deceased will be made by CECILY JOAN BROADHURST of 12 Richards Avenue, East
Launceston, Tasmania, CHRISTOPHER CHARLES GARDINER of 15 Chigwell Street, Wavell
Heights, Queensland and DENISE ELAINE KELLY of 1 Sylvan Avenue, Wavell Heights,
Queensland 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 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, 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 TURNER FREEMAN LAWYERS, Level 8, 239 George Street, Brisbane Qld 4000.
GASSON, ELLA BERTHA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will of ELLA BERTHA
GASSON dated 4 August 2004, late of 1/67 Tallebudgera Drive, Palm Beach, Queensland,
4221, deceased, will be made to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane by PHILLIP
RODNEY GASSON and RHONDA JEANETTE GASSON Executors named in the Will.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry at any time before the grant is
made.
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 6 weeks of the date of publication of
this notice, after of which time, the Executor will proceed to distribute the estate to the persons
entitled thereto, having regard only to claims of which the Executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by Applicant's Solicitors: WHITEHEAD GUPTA LAWYERS Level 1, 174 Galleon Way,
Currumbin Waters Qld. 4223.
GEAR, ROBERT JAMES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 3rd June 2008 of
ROBERT JAMES GEAR late of Unit 8, 16 Coyne Street, Kirra in the State of Queensland but
formerly of 149 Kirby Road, Aspley Brisbane in the State of Queensland deceased will be made
by BRENDEN DAVID GEAR 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 weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which 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.
Applicant's Solicitor: T.F. WARDROBE. Solicitors, Level 10, 149 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill,
Qld, 4000.
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GERMON, EDITH ELMA
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 9th December
2009 of EDITH ELMA GERMON late Carramar Aged Care, Noosa-Cooroy Road, Tewantin in
the State of Queensland and formerly of 4 Baanya Street Wurtulla in the said State deceased,
will be made by DANIEL VICTOR WARNE 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: POWER AND CARTWRIGHT Solicitors 239 Mary Street Gympie Q 4570.
GIBSON, MARGARET LOUISE
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 17 March 2005
of MARGARET LOUISE GIBSON late of Presbyterian Homes Legana, Room 116 Ward
Allambi, 1-9 Freshwater Point Road, Legana, Tasmania, formerly of Unit 99, Hibiscus
Retirement Resort, 52 University Way, Sippy Downs, Queensland, deceased, will be made by
JOHN SYDNEY CARL KRUGER to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: KRUGER LAW Level 4 Ocean Central 2 Ocean Street Maroochydore Qld 4558.
GOMPERTZ, BETTY JANE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 29 June 2008 of
BETTY JANE GOMPERTZ late of 54 Bellata Street, The Gap, Queensland will be made by IAN
ALEXEEV STEFAN LORENZ GOMPERTZ to the Supreme Court of Queensland 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 within six (6) weeks from the date hereof, after which time
pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the executor will distribute the estate amongst
those entitled having regard only to the claims of which he then has had notice.
Applicant Solicitors: HOLLINGWORTH & SPENCER, 6/23 Glenaffric Street, The Gap, Qld,
4061.
GORDON, JOAN ALICE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 21 November
2003 of JOAN ALICE GORDON late of Cazna Gardens Retirement Community 465 Hellawell
Rd Sunnybank Hills Qld, deceased will be made by PETER GORDON, GREGORY GORDON
and MARGARET GORDON 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 GREGG LAWYERS
within 6 weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by: GREGG LAWYERS PTY LTD 11th Floor, Astor Centre 445 Upper Edward Street
Spring Hill Qld 4004.
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GORDON, MARGARET ROSE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the undated Will executed
either on 23rd May 2012 or 2nd July 2012 of MARGARET ROSE GORDON late of 160 Linnings
Road, Haigslea deceased will be made by PAULINE THOMAS and ROBERT LINDSAY
GORDON 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 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: GARY FULTON Solicitor and Notary Public Suites 11 and 12, First Floor 1386
Anzac Avenue Kallangur Qld 4503.
GORDON, TARISA MAY (also known as TERRY GORDON)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 24 July 2005 of
TARISA MAY GORDON also known as TERRY GORDON late of 394 Aremby Road,
Bouldercombe, Queensland, deceased, will be made by MARK ALEXANDER GORDON to the
Supreme Court 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 particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six weeks from today, at the
expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, 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: SWANWICK MURRAY ROCHE 74 Victoria Parade, Rockhampton 4700.
GORRY, DONALD CHARLES
After 14 days from today, an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated the 25th day of
August 2005 of DONALD CHARLES GORRY late of 10 Sexton Street, Aeroglen in the State of
Queensland, will be made by DALE ROBERT TREANOR to the Supreme Court of Queensland
at Cairns.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims against the estate of the
abovenamed deceased are required to send particulars of any such claim or claims to the
Applicant's Solicitor 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 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.
Applicants' Solicitor. DAVID G HANNAY SOLICITOR & NOTARY PUBLIC, Suite 25, 12-14 Lake
Street, Cairns Qld 4870.
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GOULD, KEVIN GEORGE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
KEVIN GEORGE GOULD late of 7/126 Board Street, Deagon, Queensland, deceased, will be
made by KAREN GAIL ASHTON and DIANNE EVELYN ATKINS 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: ROD HOLLOWAY & CO. Suite One, 61 Cnr Gawain Rd & Lavaine St, Bracken
Ridge Qld 4017.
GRAHAM, ARTHUR GREEN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 1 November,
2005 of ARTHUR GREEN GRAHAM late of lona Nursing Home, 129 Brookfield Road, Kenmore
Hills, Queensland, deceased, will be made by ANNE BERANECE MULLINS and JOHN
ALBERT MULLINS to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: WALKER PENDER GROUP Lawyers Level 1, 28 Ipswich City Mall Ipswich Q 4305.
GRAVES, ROBERT FRANCIS
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Letters of Administration on Intestacy of
ROBERT FRANCIS GRAVES late of 5 Bagot Street, Toowoomba, Queensland, deceased will
be made by LISA MARIE CLARKE and SIAN ELIZABETH MCDOWELL 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
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 BAKER O'BRIEN & TOLL, Solicitors, 7 Maryborough Street, Bundaberg (PO Box
380, Bundaberg), Queensland, 4670.
GREGORY, LORRAINE CLARE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 29th day of
August 2012 of LORRAINE CLARE GREGORY late of 2 Discovery Drive, Parklands Estate,
Little Mountain, Queensland, will be made by WAYNE ROBERT OGBORNE 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 them.
Lodged by: McALISTER & CARTMILL Solicitors 21 Heathfield Street Coolum Beach Q 4573.
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GRIFFIN, KATHLEEN ANN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration on Intestacy for
KATHLEEN ANN GRIFFIN (deceased), late of 77 Ridge Road, Tara in the State of Queensland,
will be made by JOHN RONALD HUNTER limited to the minority of FRANCES GRACE
GRIFFIN, the only child of the deceased, to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors or 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 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 then have had notice.
Lodged by: SHINE LAWYERS Incorporating SHANNON DONALDSON 33A Archibald Street,
Dalby Qld 4405.
GRIFFITHS, NORAH COSETTE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 12 November
1984 of NORAH COSETTE GRIFFITHS late of BUPA Nursing Home, 32 Tourist Road,
Toowoomba in the State of Queensland (deceased) will be made by JILL MORROW and
BRIAN PATRIC O'NEILL, as Executors 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
claims to the applicant's solicitors within six (6) weeks from the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by: CONDON CHARLES LAWYERS 317 Margaret Street Toowoomba Qld 4350.
HAMBLIN, JUNE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 17 June 2009 of
JUNE HAMBLIN late of 204/118 Bellflower Road, Sippy Downs in the State of Queensland
deceased will be made by NICOLETTE GRIMMOND (also known as NICOLETTE JANE
GRIMMOND) 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, 3rd Floor, 79 Adelaide Street, Brisbane
Qld 4000.
HAMEL, BEVAN ARTHUR
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 18 December
1997 of BEVAN ARTHUR HAMEL late of 12 Kingsford Street, Bundaberg, Queensland,
deceased will be made by MARK BEVAN HAMEL and TRUDY LEIGH GROSZMAN 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 Applicants' solicitors
within six (6) weeks of the date of publication of this notice at the expiration of which time 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 said Executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by BAKER O'BRIEN & TOLL, Solicitors, 7 Maryborough Street, Bundaberg (PO Box
380, Bundaberg), Queensland, 4670.
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HANKIN, WILLIAM STANLEY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 10 October 2011
of WILLIAM STANLEY HANKIN, late of Galleon Gardens RSL War Veteran Home, Unit 25/126
Galleon Way, Currumbin Waters in the State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by KYLIE
HANKIN 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 solicitor
within 6 weeks of the 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
testator among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the
applicant had notice.
Lodged by: A K ABBOTT & CO 1/10 Guineas Creek Road Currumbin Waters Qld 4223.
HARRIS, HILDA FLORENCE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 14 May, 2001 of
HILDA FLORENCE HARRIS late of 1 Kestrel Court, North Rockhampton, deceased will be
made by EDNA WEIR, MERLE MOLONEY and STEPHEN JAMES HARRIS to the Supreme
Court at Rockhampton.
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 applicants' solicitors within seven weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by: GRANT AND SIMPSON LAWYERS 226 Quay Street Rockhampton Qld 4700.
HARVEY, HEATHER ALICE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 30th September
1986 of HEATHER ALICE HARVEY late of Inverpine Aged Care, Murrumba Downs, Address in
Will - if different: 38 South Street, Urangan, Hervey Bay deceased will be made by ALLAN
STANLEY HARVEY and HEATHER ANN COCKBURN formerly HEATHER ANN WEYMARK 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 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 alternate Executors will proceed
to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only
to the claims of which the alternate Executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: GARY FULTON Solicitor and Notary Public Suites 11 and 12, First Floor 1386
Anzac Avenue Kallangur Qld 4503.
HICKS, MILLICENT JOAN
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the will dated 10 October 2011
of MILLICENT JOAN HICKS late of Domain Greenfern Place, Browns Plains in the State of
Queensland, deceased will be made by CECILIA DIANNE TAYLOR, LORAINE PAMELA
PORTER and MARION ANNE BRUCE 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, 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: QUADRIO LEE LAWYERS 96 Merthyr Road, New Farm 4005.
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HILLIER, EILEEN CAROLINE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 8 September
2011 of EILEEN CAROLINE HILLIER Late of 6 Carr Place Pelican Waters, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by CHRISTINE KAREN CAROLINE BOVEY 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: MUMFORDS LAWYERS 1, 173 Brisbane Road, Mooloolaba Qld 4557.
HODGKINSON, SHIRLEY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the undated Will of SHIRLEY
HODGKINSON late of 40 Sherborne Street, Carindale, Brisbane, Queensland, deceased, will
be made by DAVID MICHAEL HODGKINSON 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.
Lodged by: HARDING RICHARDS LAWYERS Level 1, 985 Stanley Street, East Brisbane Qld
4169.
HOLYOAK, RAYMOND PAUL ARTHUR
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 15 June 1999 of
RAYMOND PAUL ARTHUR HOLYOAK late of 75 Mill Drive, Heatley in the State of Queensland
deceased will be made by LYNETTE MARCIA HOLYOAK to the Supreme Court of Queensland
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: BOULTON CLEARY & KERN 39 Martinez Avenue Townsville Qld 4810.
HORNE, DONALD KEVIN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
DONALD KEVIN HORNE late of Flat 2, 81 Alice Street, Cloncurry, Queensland, deceased, will
be made by GLORIA GARDINER 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 her.
Lodged by: WALKER PENDER GROUP Lawyers Level 1, 28 Ipswich City Mall Ipswich Q 4305.
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HOWARD, LAWRENCE NORMAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 25th September
1997 of LAWRENCE NORMAN HOWARD formerly of Unit 67 "Drayton Villas", 111 Drayton
Road, Toowoomba in the State of Queensland but late of Blue Care Nursing Home, 256
Stenner Street, Toowoomba in the State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by ALAN
JOHN HOWARD to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by MESSRS 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.
JACK, SHIRLEY HAZEL
After 14 days from today an application for grant of Probate of the Will dated 5 August 2005 of
SHIRLEY HAZEL JACK late of Unit 44, Tall Trees Village, 3745-3759 Pacific Highway, Slacks
Creek 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: THE TRUST COMPANY (LEGAL SERVICES) PTY LTD, Level 11, 241 Adelaide
Street, Brisbane, Queensland.
JAMIESON, JOSEPH COLES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 6 November 2008
of JOSEPH COLES JAMIESON late of Bethany Christian Care, The Plains, 333 Underwood
Road, Eight Mile Plains in the State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by KEITH
STEWART MELVILLE and JOHN KEITH MELVILLE 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: PORTER HULETT SOLICITORS, 611 Wynnum Road, Morningside Qld 4170.
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JORGENSEN, ELISE MARY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 12 April, 1996 of
ELISE MARY JORGENSEN late of Milford Grange Retirement Community, 32 Grange Road,
Eastern Heights, Queensland, (formerly of 3 Coronation Street, East Ipswich, Queensland),
deceased, will be made by TERRENCE STACEY JORGENSEN and BARRY DONALD
JORGENSEN 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: WALKER PENDER GROUP Lawyers Level 1, 28 Ipswich City Mall Ipswich Q 4305.
KANE, THOMAS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 28 May 2008 of
THOMAS KANE late of Marycrest Hostel, 411 Main Street, Kangaroo Point in the State of
Queensland deceased will be made by JOHN JOSEPH MULLINS 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: MULLINS LAWYERS Level 21 Riverside Centre 123 Eagle Street Brisbane Qld
4000.
KAY, EDITH ELLEN MAUD
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 6 December
2005 of EDITH ELLEN MAUD KAY late of Regis Wynnum Nursing Home, Wynnum,
Queensland deceased will be made by BARRY HERBERT KAY 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.
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KEBBLEWHITE, CATHERINE LILIAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 4 May 2011 of
CATHERINE LILIAN KEBBLEWHITE late of Masonic Care Queensland, 60 Wakefield Street,
Sandgate, Queensland, deceased will be made by PETER DAVID KEBBLEWHITE to the
Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person having any claim against the estate of the deceased, who died on
27 September 2013, is required to send particulars of their claim to the applicant's solicitors
below within six (6) weeks after the date of publication of this notice. After that date, the
Executor will proceed to distribute the estate among the persons entitled thereto having regard
only to claims of which the Executor shall then have had notice.
Lodged by GILL & LANE 8 Fourth Avenue Sandgate Qld 4017.
KEEGAN, NORAH JOSEPHINE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of Will dated 18 July 2006 of
NORAH JOSEPHINE KEEGAN late of 6 Dibbill Street, West Chermside in the State of
Queensland deceased will be made by ANTHONY MATTHEW McNALLY 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: AM McNALLY SOLICITOR P O Box 469 Virginia Qld 4014.
KELSO, ELSIE MAY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 21 September
1982 of ELSIE MAY KELSO late of Tricare Stafford Heights Nursing Centre, 682 Rode Road,
Chermside West, Brisbane, Queensland deceased will be made by ROBERT SCOTT
GREGORY 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 from the estate of the deceased are required to send
particulars of their claims to the Lodger within 6 weeks from today. At the expiration of this time,
pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Executor will proceed to distribute the assets
of the deceased among the entitled persons, having regard only to the claims of which the
Executor shall then have notice.
Lodged by JOHNSON AND ASSOCIATES LAWYERS, 101 Verney Road West, Graceville,
4075.
KLUCK, CHLORINE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 1 May 2007 of
CHLORINE KLUCK late of 243 Batemans Road, Flagstone Creek, Queensland, deceased, will
be made by BERNARD PATRICK KLUCK and MARY ELAINE KLUCK 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 BRIESE LAWYERS within six (6) weeks from the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by BRIESE LAWYERS, 303 Margaret Street Toowoomba Queensland.
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LAMBERT, MARGARET MARY
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 7th February,
2001 of MARGARET MARY LAMBERT late of RSL Care, 1 Tollington Road, Bowen in the State
of Queensland, deceased will be made by MARGARET ANN DOIG 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 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 Trust
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by: RUDDY, TOMLINS & BAXTER Solicitors 8 Gregory Street Bowen Qld 4805.
LANE, PATRICIA LESTER
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: PATRICIA LESTER LANE.
Last address: Wheller Gardens, 930 Gympie Road, Chermside in the State of Queensland.
Address in Will: 26A Boston Street, Clayfield in the State of Queensland.
Applicants: ELIZABETH CLARE TOWNSEND McCALLUM of 3 Rumsay Lane, Rozelle in the
State of New South Wales and MARY ANNE LANE of 162 Cubitt Street, Richmond in the State
of Victoria.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated 10 April 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 of the Estate of the Deceased are hereby requested to send in
particulars of their claim to the Applicants' Solicitors not later than 6 weeks after the date of
publication of this notice.
Applicants' Lawyers: CLARKEKANN, Level 7, 300 Queen Street, Brisbane, Queensland 4000.
LEIGHTON, DEBORAH JANE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 17 November
2010 of DEBORAH JANE LEIGHTON deceased late of 52 McAlloon Road, Aloomba in the
State of Queensland will be made by JEFFREY RICHARD LEIGHTON to the Supreme Court at
Cairns.
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.
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 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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LITTLE, ANDREW JAMES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
ANDREW JAMES LITTLE late of 3 Huntington Court, Deception Bay, Queensland, deceased,
will be made by ANTHONY JAMES LITTLE to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: GLEESON KLEIN LAWYERS 20 Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe Qld 4020.
LOBSTON, BARRY ALEXANDER JOHN (also known as BARRY LOBSTON)
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: BARRY ALEXANDER JOHN LOBSTON also known as BARRY LOBSTON
(Deceased).
Last Address: Late of Unit 27, RSL Galleon Gardens Retirement Village, Currumbin in the State
of Queensland.
Address in Will: Unit 2/31 Second Avenue, Palm Beach in the State of Queensland.
Applicants: GARY ALEXANDER LOBSTON of Unit 7, Level 2, 43-45 Teemangum Street,
Currumbin Qld and SCOTT RUSSELL LOBSTON of 24 Hartley Street, Camp Hill in the State of
Queensland.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated the 19th April, 2013.
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.
All creditors of 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.
Applicant's Solicitors: HOY & McCORMACK, Solicitors, 3/28 Palm Beach Avenue, Palm Beach
in the State of Queensland.
LYNCH, SUSAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
SUSAN LYNCH late of 76/52 University Way, Sippy Downs, Queensland, deceased will be
made by ADAM LYNCH and STACEY LYNCH 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 Administrators will proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the
Administrators shall then have had notice.
Lodged by THE OFFICIAL SOLICITOR TO THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE OF QUEENSLAND of 444
Queen Street Brisbane Q 4000.
MANDERSON, COLIN KEITH
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Letters of Administration on intestacy of
COLIN KEITH MANDERSON late of Bayview Nursing Home, 86 Bayview Street, Runaway Bay
in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by ELLEN MARGARET MANDERSON of 37
Allspice Street, Crestmead in the State of Queensland to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Applicants' Solicitors: TURNER FREEMAN LAWYERS Level 8, 239 George Street Brisbane
Qld 4000.
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MARJANOVIC, ZIVORAD
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 5th July, 2013 of
ZIVORAD MARJANOVIC late of 30 Nardie St, Eight Mile Plains in the State of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by SASA MARJANOVIC and BOBAN MARJANOVIC 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 beneficiaiy 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: JASMINA ROGERS, Solicitor Suite 33 "St Tropez", 35 Orchid Avenue, Surfers
Paradise Qld 4217.
MAROTTE, EDNA CORA MAY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated the 10th day of
January 2012 of EDNA CORA MAY MAROTTE late of The Terraces Aged Care, 74 University
Drive, Varsity Lakes, Queensland, deceased will be made by JANE WAITZER and JOHN
DENNIS WAITZER 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 EDNA CORA MAY MAROTTE, late of The Terraces Aged
Care, 74 University Drive, Varsity Lakes, Queensland who died on the 13th day of September
2013, is required to send particulars of any such claim or claims to JANE WAITZER and JOHN
DENNIS WAITZER, the personal representatives of the said EDNA CORA MAY MAROTTE at
Suite 12 "Executive Place", 2 Executive Drive, Burleigh Heads Qld 4220, on or before 6 January
2013.
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.
MARTIN, THALIA MAREE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 20 February 2012
of THALIA MAREE MARTIN late of 44 Spence Street, Mount Gravatt, Queensland, deceased
will be made by ROBYN LEIGH TURK 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 their claim to the Applicants' solicitors on or before 30 December 2013.
Lodged by: de GROOTS wills and estate lawyers Level 7, 46 Edward Street Brisbane Qld 4000.
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MCAULAY, ELIZABETH SUSANNE (also known as ELIZABETH
SUSHANNAH MCAULAY)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 24 September
1999 of ELIZABETH SUSANNE MCAULAY (also known as ELIZABETH SUSHANNAH
MCAULAY) late of 20 Shanks Street, Gympie in the State of Queensland deceased will be
made by BEVAN THOMAS MCAULAY and MAREE MCAULAY to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Creditors: All creditors in the estate of the deceased are required to send in particulars of their
claim to the Applicant's solicitors within six weeks from the date of publication of this notice at
the expiration of which time the said Applicants may distribute the estate of the above named
deceased having regard only to the claims of which the Applicants shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: JEFFERY CUDDIHY & JOYCE SOLICITORS 218 Mary Street Gympie Qld 4570.
MCCLEMENTS, IVY MARIE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of probate of the will dated 10 August 2011
of IVY MARIE McCLEMENTS late of 81 Frasers Road, Ashgrove, Queensland, deceased, will
be made by PETER JAMES and RITA MAY JAMES 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 HARDINGS GULHANE SOLICITORS, 29 Samford Road, Alderley, Qld, 4051.
MCCLURG, CLIFFORD ALEXANDER
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 1 March 2012 of
CLIFFORD ALEXANDER McCLURG late of 2 Bottletree Place, Calamvale, Queensland,
Deceased, will be made by BRETT ANDREW McCLURG 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 11 September 2013 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 Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testator among
the persons entitled thereto having regard to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 and to the
claims of which the said Executor shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: WHELDON & ASSOCIATES, Solicitors, 12 Zamia Street Sunnybank Qld 4109.
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MCCOSKER, MAURICE LIONEL REX
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 26 September
2012 of MAURICE LIONEL REX MCCOSKER late of Unit 41, Freedom Aged Care, 1 Village
Court, Toowoomba, Queensland (formerly of 110/303 Spring Street, Kingfisher Gardens,
Kearney Springs, Toowoomba) deceased will be made by ROBYN ANN MCCOSKER and
SIMON FRANCIS MCCOSKER 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 in 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 Applicants will proceed to
distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to
the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by FOX AND THOMAS, 36 Marshall Street, Goondiwindi Qld 4390.
MCDONALD, JOAN PATRICIA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 31 March 2005 of
JOAN PATRICIA MCDONALD deceased late of Embracia in Glasshouse Country, 96-104
Peachester Road, Beerwah, Queensland will be made by CHRISTINE MCDONALD 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 their claim to the Applicants' solicitors within 6 weeks from the date hereof.
Date of Death: 27 August 2013.
Lodged by: GRIFFITHS PARRY LAWYERS, 10/12 Innovation Parkway, Birtinya Qld 4575.
MILLER, STEPHEN JOHN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 19 January 2004
of STEPHEN JOHN MILLER late of Site 140, Monte Carlo Caravan Park, 1189 Wynnum Road,
Cannon Hill, Queensland, deceased, will be made by TERESA MARGARET BEACHER 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: SPRINGWOOD LAWYERS 25 Vanessa Boulevard, Springwood Qld 4127.
MILLS, NOEL VINCENT
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 24 April 2008 of
NOEL VINCENT MILLS, late 149-163 Rosehill Avenue, Burpengary, Brisbane in the State of
Queensland formerly of 2/12 Attewell Street, Nundah, Brisbane in the State of Queensland,
deceased will be made by GRAHAM NOEL MILLS and EDITH GLADYS WEIGH 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 BRIDGE BRIDEAUX, Solicitors, 264 Old Cleveland Road, Coorparoo Queensland
4151.
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MORTENSEN, MAUREEN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 16 February
2011 of MAUREEN MORTENSEN, late of 5216/197 King Arthur Terrace, Tennyson Qld 4105,
deceased, will be made by DOMINIQUE LEE MEREDITH, LYNTON CHARLES MORTENSEN
and WARWICK AUSTIN MORTENSEN, to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by Applicants Solicitors: HBM LAWYERS Level 4, Toowong Tower 9 Sherwood Road
Toowong Qld 4066 (PO Box 82, Toowong Qld 4066).
NELSON, MARGARET CATHERINE
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 26 April 2005 of
MARGARET CATHERINE NELSON Late of RSL Care Talbarra Retirement Community, 130150 Old Logan Village Road, Waterford in the State of Queensland Deceased will be made by
JOAN FISCHLE 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 applicant's Solicitors 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 applicants shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: O'REILLY LILLICRAP Solicitors PO Box 602 Morningside Qld 4170.
OBORNE, THOMAS DOUGLAS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 13th March 2003
of THOMAS DOUGLAS OBORNE late of 16 Finemore Crescent, Qunaba, Queensland and
9/300 Casuarina Drive, Rapid Creek, Northern Territory, deceased will be made by JEANETTE
HENSON and GARY JOHN OBORNE 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.
O'CONNELL, DAVID CHARLES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 11th September
2007 of DAVID CHARLES O'CONNELL late of 23 Masterton Street Oxley Brisbane Qld 4075
deceased will be made by ROBERT WILLIAM SMYTH and RICHARD HECTOR NAYLOR to
the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by ROBERT WILLIAM SMYTH of 50 Agnes Street Auchenflower Brisbane Qld 4066
and RICHARD HECTOR NAYLOR of 30 Dennistoun Street Sunnybank Hills Brisbane Qld 4019.
All creditors and others having a claim against the Estate are required to send in particulars of
their claim to RICHARD HECTOR NAYLOR at 30 Dennistoun Street Sunnybank hills Brisbane
Qld 4109 no later than six weeks from the date of publication of this notice.
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ORCHARD, SYDNEY THOMAS
After 14 clear days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated the 27th
day of July 2012 of SYDNEY THOMAS ORCHARD late of 2 Meta Place, Fig Tree Pocket in the
State of Queensland, deceased will be made by CHERIE MARGARET ORCHARD to the
Supreme Court at Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a Caveat in that registry.
Any creditor, beneficiaries or other persons having a claim against the estate of the deceased
are hereby required to send in particulars of their claims to the Applicant's Solicitors within six
weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trust
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 then have had
notice.
Lodged by PW SKEWES & CO, 104-106 Shamrock Street, Blackall Qld 4472.
PAN, EVA BEATRICE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 3 October 2011 of
EVA BEATRICE PAN late of 14 Rutherford Street, Charters Towers in the State of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by PATRICIA EVE BUTLER 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: RAPID LEGAL SOLUTIONS PTY LTD 71 Thuringowa Drive, Kirwan Qld 4817.
PARSONS, IRIS RUTH
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 10 November
1997 of IRIS RUTH PARSONS deceased late of Lodges on George, 109 George Street, KippaRing, Queensland formerly of Seasons Kallangur, Unit 6/1321 Anzac Avenue, Kallangur,
Queensland will be made by RELMA LORRAINE GODFREY, BEVERLY RUTH HEIM, NERIDA
MAREE WATKINS and ARLINE ALLISON PARSONS 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 their claim to the Applicants' solicitors within 6 weeks from the date hereof.
Date of Death: 18 October 2013.
Lodged by: GRIFFITHS PARRY LAWYERS, 10/12 Innovation Parkway, Birtinya Qld 4575.
PETERS, DORIS KATIE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated the 28th April,
1977 of DORIS KATIE PETERS late of Tabeel Nursing Home, Laidley in the State of
Queensland, deceased will be made by ELAINE DAWN WEIER, JANETTE JOY SIPPEL and
GRAHAM KEVIN PETERS 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 hereby required to send in particulars of their claim to the
applicants' solicitors within six weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by C.W. HOOPER & HOOPER, Solicitors, 123 Patrick Street, Laidley Qld 4341.
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PORTER, JOAN OLIVE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 20th June 1986
of JOAN OLIVE PORTER late of 46 Neptune Street, Maryborough deceased, will be made by
BERNARD LESLIE PORTER and DIANE MARGARET JOAN KILPATRICK 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.
Date of Death: 20th July 2013.
Lodged by Agents: GLEESON LAWYERS, GPO Box 5211, Brisbane.
Applicants Solicitors: MORTON & MORTON SOLICITORS 130 Wharf Street Maryborough Q
4650.
PRATT, EDWARD
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: EDWARD PRATT.
Last Address: TriCare Mt Gravatt Private Hostel, 20 Agay Street, Mt Gravatt, Qld. 4122.
Applicant: NIGEL SCOTT JOHN HARRIS, the Executive Director of the Mater Foundation.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated 6 July 2006.
Date of Death: 1 October 2013.
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.
Applicant’s Solicitors: DIBBSBARKER LAWYERS Level 23, 66 Eagle Street Brisbane
Queensland 4000.
PUSCHMANN, SIDNEY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 9 December
1996 of SIDNEY PUSCHMANN late of 43 Brangus Street, Toowoomba in the State of
Queensland, deceased, will be made by LOIS JEAN BURTON and JUDITH PAMELA BENCH
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.
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RICH, ROBERT JOHN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 3 November
1999 of ROBERT JOHN RICH late of Redlynch Glenmead Village, 15 Short Street, Redlynch in
the State of Queensland deceased will be made by MICHAEL ANDREW JONSSON 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 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: MacDONNELLS LAW Cnr Shields and Grafton Streets Cairns Qld 4870.
ROGACZEWSKI, MARIA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of Will dated 21 January 2004 of
MARIA ROGACZEWSKI late of Inverpine Nursing Home, Murrumba Downs, deceased will be
made by KRYSTYNA BARBARA CEBULA & ZBIGNIEW TADEUSZ GATKOWSKI 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: AM McNALLY Solicitor P O Box 469 Virginia Qld 4014.
SABBURG, ALAN LES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated the 19th April,
2012 of ALAN LES SABBURG late of 6 Caffey Connection Road, Caffey, via Gatton in the State
of Queensland, deceased will be made by DAWN SABBURG and WARREN LEE SABBURG 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 hereby required to send in particulars of their claim to the
applicants' solicitors within six weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by C.W. HOOPER & HOOPER, Solicitors, 123 Patrick Street, Laidley Qld 4341.
SCHILLING, EILEEN ALICE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 10 March 2004 of
EILEEN ALICE SCHILLING late of 77 Park Street, Chinchilla, Queensland, deceased, will be
made by ELVA ALICE HENNINGSEN and KENNETH HENNINGSEN 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 applicants' solicitors within 6 weeks of the date of publication of this notice at the
expiration of which time 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 applicants
shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: McKAYS SOLICITORS PTY LTD (ABN: 37 150 269 506), 19 Middle Street,
Chinchilla Qld 4413.
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SCOVELL, JAMES GEORGE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 21 June 2007 of
JAMES GEORGE SCOVELL late of Moreton Shores Retirement Community, 101 King Street,
Thornlands, Queensland, formerly of 641 Old Cleveland Road East, Wellington Point
Queensland 4160, deceased, will be made by KENNETH JAMES SCOVELL and JOHN
LEONARD SCOVELL 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: KEITH MOLE & ASSOCIATES SOLICITORS PO Box 3607, Victoria Point West Qld
4165.
SEETO, JACK SHIN
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Letters of Administration with the Will
dated 17 July 1990 of JACK SHIN SEETO late of 11 Penrith St Salisbury in the State of
Queensland deceased will be made by DOUGLAS SEETO 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 the
Applicants' Solicitors no later than six weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by WOOLF LAWYERS of Shop 7 / 455 Brunswick St Fortitude Valley Qld 4006.
SEWELL, WILLIAM PATRICK
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 20 June 2000 of
WILLIAM PATRICK SEWELL late of Regis Parkland Manor Aged Care Home, 39 Lanita Road,
Ferny Grove, Brisbane in the State of Queensland, 4055, Deceased, will be made by TRACEY
ANNE WOOD and BRENDAN JOHN SEWELL, 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: EATON LAWYERS PTY LTD, Solicitors, 2 Glenlee Street Arana Hills, Qld. 4054.
SHEA, BARRY CLYDE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration with the Will
dated 21 December 2010 of BARRY CLYDE SHEA late of 1 Coldham Court Capalaba in the
State of Queensland will be made by KATHRYN ANN EVERY, PENELOPE JANE GUTTRIDGE
and ANTONY JAMES SHEA 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 claims to the undersigned
within six (6) weeks from the date hereof.
Lodged by: CUSACK GALVIN & JAMES SOLICITORS, 7A/718 Gympie Road, Lawnton Qld
4501.
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SIWY, JADWIGA
After 14 days from to-day an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated the 30th day of
November 2009 of JADWIGA SIWY late of 61 Feathertop Circuit, Caloundra West, Queensland
deceased will be made by GEOFFREY MICHAEL LYONS 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 and any other person who has a claim on the estate
of the deceased are required to send in particulars of their claims to the applicant's solicitors
named below 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 GEOFF LYONS SOLICITORS PTY LTD of 2 Centaur Street, Caloundra,
Queensland 4551.
SMALLCOMBE, REGINALD GEORGE
After fourteen days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated the 12th
October 2010 of REGINALD GEORGE SMALLCOMBE late of Masonic Care Home Wakefield
Street Sandgate Queensland will be made by CRAIG EDWARD SMALLCOMBE to the
Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to 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
undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which time the applicant
will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased pursuant to section 67 of the Trusts Act
1973 among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the Executor
shall then have had notice.
Applicant's Solicitors: CERVETTO COURTICE, Solicitors, 58 South Street, Ipswich,
Queensland, 4305.
SPENCER, DERRICK PERCIVAL
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 2 September
1999 of DERRICK PERCIVAL SPENCER late of 60 Bonros Place, The Gap, Queensland will
be made by KAREN MARIE SPENCER to the Supreme Court of Queensland 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 within six (6) weeks from the date hereof, after which time
pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the executor will distribute the estate amongst
those entitled having regard only to the claims of which she then has had notice.
Applicants Solicitor: HOLLINGWORTH & SPENCER, 6/23 Glenaffric Street, The Gap, Qld,
4061.
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STEWART, RONALD ALLYN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 18 April 1991 of
RONALD ALLYN STEWART late of Sylvan Woods Nursing Home, Birkdale, Queensland
(formerly of Villa Three, Cleveland Gardens Retirement Village, 83 Freeth Street, Ormiston,
Queensland) deceased will be made by SHARYN EVELYN CUTHBERT and JOHN RONALD
STEWART 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 of the deceased are required to send in particulars of their
claim to the Applicant 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.
Applicant's solicitors: CBP PTY LTD, Level 5, 307 Queen Street, Brisbane Qld 4000.
STILLER, MAVIS ELLEN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 19 August 2004
of MAVIS ELLEN STILLER late of Trinder Park Rest Home, Trinder Park Qld deceased will be
made by LYNN MARIE VAN DYK and ELAINE JOY BUZACOTT 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 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: MITCHELLS Level 1, 147 Beaudesert Road Moorooka Qld 4105.
SWALLOW, ROSAMUND ELLEN (also known as ROSAMOND ELLEN
SWALLOW)
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 13 December
2000 of ROSAMUND ELLEN SWALLOW (also known as ROSAMOND ELLEN SWALLOW)
Deceased late of RSL Fairways, Hanbury Street, North Bundaberg, Queensland will be made
by MARY ROSE LESTER 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 against the deceased's estate is
required to send particulars of any such claim to the Applicant's Solicitors within six (6) weeks of
the date of publication of this Notice.
Lodged By: FINEMORE WALTERS & STORY, Solicitors, 51 Woongarra Street, [P.O. Box 704]
Bundaberg Qld 4670.
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TATE, MONICA MOYA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration of the Will dated
15th August 1987 of MONICA MOYA TATE late of Aveo Carindale, 198 Banchory Court,
Carindale, Brisbane, will be made by AARON CORNELIUS POTTS of 1/194 Cavendish Road,
Coorparoo, Brisbane to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane as follows.
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 6 weeks from the date of publication 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 applicants shall then have had notice.
Applicant's Solicitors: POTTS & CO. SOLICITORS PO Box 51, Coorparoo Qld 4151.
TAYLOR, MAUD MABEL
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 10th day of
February 2010 of MAUD MABEL TAYLOR late of 2 River Road, Station Hill, Bundamba, in the
State of Queensland will be made by ALLAN GEORGE TAYLOR and MARK WILLIAM TAYLOR
to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased, who died between
30 September 2013 and 01 October 2013 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 applicants will
have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: BROWN & BAKER LAWYERS Solicitors 16 Ellenborough Street Ipswich Qld 4305.
TEDESCO, SOFIA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 28 September
2005 of SOFIA TEDESCO late of 117 Reid Road, Wongaling Beach, Queensland, deceased,
will be made by COSIMO TEDESCO and WAYNE ALBERT HALPIN to the Supreme Court at
Cairns.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: VANDELEUR & TODD Solicitors 35 Rankin Street, Innisfail Queensland 4860.
THEAN, GARY (also known as GARY THONG HUA THEAN)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 4th May 2011 of
GARY THEAN also known as GARY THONG HUA THEAN late of 128 Charker Street,
Toowoomba, Queensland, deceased will be made by POOI FUN THEAN 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 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 THE OFFICIAL SOLICITOR TO THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE OF QUEENSLAND of 444
Queen Street Brisbane Q 4000.
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THOMAS, FRANCES ALEXANDRA (also known as RITA CROWLEY)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 20 August 2012
of FRANCES ALEXANDRA THOMAS also known as RITA CROWLEY late of Benevolent Aged
Care, 60 West Street, Rockhampton in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by
ROSANNE THOMAS 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 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 them.
Lodged by: McDONALD LEONG LAWYERS 85 Thuringowa Drive Kirwan Qld 4817.
THRELFALL, JAMIE STEPHEN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of administration on intestacy of
JAMIE STEPHEN THRELFALL late of 71 Toolong Road, Port Fairy, Victoria deceased will be
made by STEPHEN THOMAS THRELFALL to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by BRIAN SHEPHERDSON, Solicitor, Level 1, 106 Birkdale Road, Birkdale, Qld 4159.
TOWNE, MADONNA BERYL
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated the 4th day of
October 2007 of MADONNA BERYL TOWNE late of Unit 49, 28 Akuna Way, Mango Hill in the
State of Queensland, deceased will be made by KASEY PROCTOR, SUZANNE BROOKS and
GARY TOWNE 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: MICHAEL HEFFORD SOLICITORS & ATTORNEYS PO Box 70 Kallangur,
Queensland 4503.
VALLER, WILLIAM JAMES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 11th March, 2013
of WILLIAM JAMES VALLER deceased late of Claim Road, Sapphire Queensland will be made
by DENISE JOAN OLSEN and SHARMANE VIVIENNE VALLER-CRUSE and COLLIN
WILLIAM VALLER 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.
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VARY, MARJORIE EVELYN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 17 November
2010 of MARJORIE EVELYN VARY late of Room 308, 96 Tantula Road West, Alexandra
Headland, Queensland, deceased will be made by CHERIL ANNE ALEXANDER 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 require^ 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.
VOEVODIN, VICTOR BYRON
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 26 May 1997 of
VICTOR BYRON VOEVODIN late of Masters Lodge Nursing Home, 33 Jensen Drive, Pialba.
Queensland deceased, will be made by RAYMOND LESLIE VOEVODIN 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.
Date of Death: 30 July 2013.
Applicants Solicitors: MORTON & MORTON SOLICITORS 'Central Avenue Plaza' Boat
Harbour Drive Hervey Bay Q 4655.
WALLACE, LENORE CLAIRE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 9 March 2005 of
LENORE CLAIRE WALLACE late of 13 Robins Street, Mareeba in the State of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by NANCY ANNE WALLACE and LAURA LENORE WALLACE to the
Supreme Court of Queensland 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 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: APELS SOLICITORS & NOTARY 1st Floor, 85 Byrnes Street Mareeba Qld 4880.
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WATT, MURRAY MCDONALD
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 14 September
2010 of MURRAY MCDONALD WATT late of Raynbird Nursing Home, 40 Rainbird Place,
Carseldine, Queensland, formerly of 16 Wimbledon Circuit, Carseldine, Queensland, deceased,
will be made by VALMAI JOY WATT 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: BM LAW SOLICITORS Shop 4, 363 Gympie Road, Strathpine Qld 4500.
WHITE, METTE PRISCILLA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 25th March 2008
of METTE PRISCILLA WHITE late of Madonna Villa Nursing Home, 44/60 Church Road,
Mitchelton, Queensland, deceased will be made by BENJAMIN PETER WHITE 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 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 THE OFFICIAL SOLICITOR TO THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE OF QUEENSLAND of 444
Queen Street Brisbane Q 4000.
WILLIAMS, LILIAN MAUD
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 11 December
2012 of LILIAN MAUD WILLIAMS late of "Bethesda" Talford Street, Rockhampton deceased
will be made by DENISE HAZEL LATIMER, KAY ALICE SORENSEN and JILL NARELLE BELL
to the Supreme Court at Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor beneficiaries or other persons having a claim or claims in respect of the estate of
the said deceased who died on 18 October 2013 is required to send particulars of any such
claim or claims to the applicant's solicitors at the address set out below not later than six (6)
weeks from the date of publication of this notice.
Note: By virtue of Section 67 of the Trust Acts, 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 they then have notice.
Lodged by: SOUTH & GELDARD Solicitors 128 Victoria Parade Rockhampton Qld 4700.
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WILLIAMSON, DOROTHY MAUD
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 25 November
1991 and Codicil dated 30 November 1999 of DOROTHY MAUD WILLIAMSON late of RSL
Care Caboolture, 83-103 King Street, Caboolture in the State of Queensland deceased will be
made by BEVAN JOHN WILLIAMSON, LEON KINGSLEY WILLIAMSON and LYNDALL JANE
PRATT (also known as LYNDALL JANE WILLIAMSON) 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 applicants'
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.
WILLIS, ADELAIDE FLORIE
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 16 February,
2007 of ADELAIDE FLORIE WILLIS late of 8 Jondaryan Street, Toowoomba in the State of
Queensland, deceased will be made by JANETTE DAWN LAX and LEON GORDON WILLIS 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 claim to the Applicant's Solicitors GROOM & LAVERS 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: GROOM & LAVERS 106 Campbell Street Oakey Q 4401.
WITT, WINIFRED IRIS
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 19 August 1997
of WINIFRED IRIS WITT late of 47 Heflin Street, Stafford Heights, Brisbane in the State of
Queensland, deceased will be made by WILLIAM BRENTON WITT and IVAN CHARLES WITT
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 hereto, having regard only to the claims of which the
applicants shall then have had notice.
Lodged by CROUCH & CO SOLICITORS, PO Box 817, Aspley Qld 4034.
WOODHAM, GLEN CHARLES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
GLEN CHARLES WOODHAM late of 33 Cherry Street, Wellington Point, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by GENE DOUGLAS WOODHAM 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: WOODS PRINCE LAWYERS Level 2, 293 Queen Street, Brisbane Qld 4001.
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WOOTTON, ANDREW BRIAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
ANDREW BRIAN WOOTTON late of 2 Mulligan Crescent, Calliope deceased, will be made by
KEVIN IAN WOOTTON and SANDRA LEE WOOTTON 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: KENNY & PARTNERS LAWYERS 16 Yarroon Street, Gladstone Qld 4680.
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Notice of intention to apply for
Admission to the legal profession
O'DRISCOLL, ADELE FRANCES
I, ADELE FRANCES O'DRISCOLL of 14 Federal Street, Red Hill in the State of Queensland
and Level 1, 300 Queen Street, Brisbane in the State of Queensland being a Graduate at
Holding Redlich Solicitors intend to apply to the Supreme Court at Rockhampton on the 13th
day of December 2013 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 3rd day of December 2013.
Dated this 7th day of November, 2013.
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