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Queensland Law Reporter – 14 March 2014 – [2014] 09 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 Speeches – Addresses by the Attorneys General at the Bar Association
Conference
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Address by John McKenna QC at the Bar Association Conference - Use of Authorities
in Court – Proposed Free Access to the Queensland Reports
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Judicial Speeches – The Hon Justice Byrne AO RFD; Senior Judge Administrator of the
Supreme Court of Queensland
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Bills Before the House
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Appeals
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Recent Practice Decision – Costs and Calderbank Letters: J & D Rigging Pty Ltd v
Agripower Australia Ltd [2014] QCA 23
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Recent Articles – Australia’s International Arbitral Proceedings in relation to the
Tobacco Packaging Legislation
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Recent Acquisitions of the Supreme Court Library
EDITORS’ SELECTION OF NEW CASES | 7
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Specific performance – Discretion to refuse remedy – Hardship: Evans v Robcorp
Pty Ltd [2014] QSC 26
PUBLIC NOTICES | 8
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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 | 62
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WEEK IN REVIEW
R M Derrington QC (Editor)
RECENT SPEECHES – ADDRESSES BY THE ATTORNEYS GENERAL AT
THE BAR ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE
The annual Bar Association Conference was held at the Gold Coast last weekend. In
attendance were both the State and Federal Attorneys-General. Each gave one of the key note
addresses and each, in part, reflected on their views as to the role of the Attorney General
generally, as well as giving some indication of matters of concern to them for the forthcoming
year.
In his address the State Attorney General, the Hon Jarrod Bleijie, reflected upon the changing
role of the Attorney General and identified the differences between the role of the Attorney
General in the UK (where the A-Gs rarely sit in Cabinet) and the position in Australia where the
role is substantially more political. He also identified the various areas in which the Government
had legislated in the past year or so and suggested the possibility of some further legislative
reform. The Attorney further indicated that he was giving some thought to the introduction of a
separate Court of Criminal Appeal; being a system that works well in New South Wales. This is
not the first time that such an issue has arisen in Queensland. It was considered by the
Queensland Law Reform Commission in its report in 1982 on the Supreme Court (page 24ff).
That report, which is available on the Commission’s excellent website (click here), shows that
consideration was given to adopting the New South Wales model which had civil and criminal
divisions. As the working paper and the final report show, it would appear the concept of
divisions in the Court of Appeal did not then progress because of a lack of a sufficient volume of
work for a divided court. In his speech the Attorney General also indicated that he was
considering the appointment of a Supreme Court Judge to sit permanently at the Gold Coast.
The Attorney General has kindly given permission for his speech to be published on the
Queensland Reports website and it can be accessed and read in full by clicking here.
It is anticipated that the speech delivered by the Commonwealth Attorney-General, the Hon
Sentator Brandis, will be available for publication in the near future.
ADDRESS BY JOHN MCKENNA QC AT THE BAR ASSOCIATION
CONFERENCE – USE OF AUTHORITIES IN COURT – PROPOSED FREE
ACCESS TO THE QUEENSLAND REPORTS
Another important paper given at the Bar Association Conference was delivered by John
McKenna QC, the Chairman of the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting (ICLR). This paper
discussed two related topics being the appropriate use of authorities in Court and a proposal by
the ICLR to provide practitioners with free on-line access to the Queensland Reports.
As to the first point, Mr McKenna observed that it is a requirement in the Supreme Court, District
Court, Magistrates’ Court and the Federal Court that the authorized reports of cases are to be
used in preference to unauthorized reports or unpublished versions of the reasons for decisions.
The need for such practice directions arose as a result of the Courts being too frequently
referred to multiple, unreported authorities which are of limited value in the determination of
cases. In his paper, Mr McKenna identifies the principles underlying the purpose of the practice
direction and the manner in which it applies.
As to the second point, Mr McKenna announced that the ICLR intended to launch a website
from January 2014 on which a searchable database of the full set of Queensland Reports
(being all reports of the Supreme Court from 1876) would be available to the profession free of
charge. As the ICLR is a charity this initiative can only occur with the support of those who
largely donate their time to the production of the reports, the professional bodies, the
Department of Justice and the University of Queensland as well as the revenue generated by
the carrying of public notices in this publication.
Mr McKenna has also given his permission for his paper to be published in this edition of the
QLR and it can be accessed by clicking here.
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JUDICIAL SPEECHES – THE HON JUSTICE BYRNE AO RFD; SENIOR
JUDGE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND
Countering Judicial Corruption – Justice Byrne
In a most interesting speech delivered at the recent G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group
Meeting in Sydney, his Honour, Justice Byrne, the Senior Judge Administrator of the Supreme
Court of Queensland, highlighted the importance of judicial integrity and impartiality in retaining
the community’s confidence in the Courts. His Honour opened his presentation with a
discussion of the recent decision of the High Court in Australian Electoral Commission v
Johnston [2014] HCA 5 [18 February 2014], which he used as a striking example of the impact
that a strong and trusted judiciary can have in a community. His Honour observed that, despite
a single justice of the High Court declaring that candidates elected in a recount of the Senate
votes in Western Australia were not duly elected, “there is no visible tension in the community at
the judge’s decision.” His Honour, however, acknowledges that sustaining or creating this level
of public confidence is not an easy task, and it is one that requires dedicated adherence by
members of the judiciary to values such as independence, impartiality, integrity, propriety,
equality, competence and diligence. He observed that these values have been enshrined in a
number of international law instruments, including the Bangalore Principles, a document which
is seeing increasing support internationally and which encourages national judiciaries to adopt
measures that implement these values. Justice Byrne contends that the adoption of measures
which support these values is crucial to building and maintaining an impartial and incorruptible
judiciary, being an institution that is essential to the development of a prosperous and peaceful
nation.
The full text of this very interesting speech can be accessed from the Supreme Court of
Queensland’s webpage or by clicking here.
BILLS BEFORE THE HOUSE
In the last week a number of Bills have been dealt with by the Parliament, including the
following:
Youth Justice and other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014 (Report received from
Committee on 12 March 2014)
This important piece of legislation proposes substantial changes to the handling of offences
committed by Youths. Some of the proposed changes include the identification of repeat
offenders and the opening of the Children’s Court for matters involving those repeat offenders,
the creation of a new offence where a child commits an offence whilst on bail, permitting
findings of guilt where no conviction is recorded to be taken into account in subsequent
sentence hearings where the accused is then an adult and the provision for transfer of the 17
year old youth offenders to an adult corrective services facility where those persons have six or
more months to serve in detention. A significant change sought to be introduced by this new
legislation is to sentencing principles generally, whether the person being sentenced is a child
or an adult. That change is the abrogating of the requirement that a sentence of imprisonment
is to be imposed when no other sentence is appropriate and as a matter of last resort. The
Explanatory Memorandum for this legislation is available on the Parliament of Queensland’s
website and can be accessed by clicking here.
APPEALS
An application for special leave to appeal was made to the High Court in the following case
previously noted in the Queensland Law Reporter:
Markan v Bar Association of Queensland [2014] QCA 34.
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RECENT PRACTICE DECISION – COSTS AND CALDERBANK LETTERS
J & D Rigging Pty Ltd v Agripower Australia Ltd [2014] QCA 23; Court of Appeal
(Holmes JA, Applegarth and Boddice JJ) (21 February 2014).
The Appellant in this matter had succeeded in overturning the decision at first instance that an
adjudication decision under BICPA was void and should be set aside. The consequence was
that the Appellant had the benefit of the adjudication decision which had awarded just over
$2.5m. The Appellant sought its costs of the appeal and at first instance on an indemnity basis,
relying on the failure of the Respondent to respond to a Calderbank Letter delivered shortly
before the first instance hearing. The Court of Appeal reaffirmed the principles concerning the
Court’s discretion as to costs in circumstances where a Calderbank Letter had been delivered.
The principles identified were:
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The failure to accept a Calderbank offer is a matter which the Court should take into
account when considering to make an order for indemnity costs;
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However, of itself, the refusal of an offer to compromise does not warrant the exercise of
the discretion to award indemnity costs;
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The critical question is whether or not the refusal to accept the offer of compromise was
unreasonable in the circumstances? The party seeking the indemnity order must show
that the refusal to accept the offer was “unreasonable” or “imprudent”.
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In determining whether or not the refusal to accept the offer was “unreasonable” or
“imprudent”, the Court ought ordinarily have regard to those matters identified in
Hazeldene’s Chicken Farm Pty Ltd v Victorian WorkCover Authority (No 2) (2005) 13 VR
435 being:
“(a) the stage of the proceeding at which the offer was received;
(b) the time allowed to the offeree to consider the offer;
(c) the extent of the compromise offered;
(d) the offeree’s prospects of success, assessed as at the date of the offer;
(e) the clarity with which the terms of the offer were expressed;
(f) whether the offer foreshadowed an application for an indemnity costs in the
event of the offeree’s rejecting it.”
The Court refused to grant an order for indemnity costs and, in doing so, noted that the offer
expired only 24 hours after the Appellant had provided its extensive written outline of
submissions. It is apparent that the Court considered that the Respondent had not been given
sufficient time to fully consider the Appellant’s case; that the extent of the compromise offered
was small in comparison to the total claim; and that the Respondent had substantial arguments
with respect to the matters in issue such that it could not be said that its case was “poor”.
It is worth noting that the Court identified that whilst it is appropriate for the Court to encourage
settlement of actions, it is also a relevant factor that potential litigants should not be discouraged
from bringing their disputes to the Courts.
RECENT ARTICLES – AUSTRALIA’S INTERNATIONAL ARBITRAL
PROCEEDINGS IN RELATION TO THE TOBACCO PACKAGING
LEGISLATION
Tobacco Packaging Arbitration and the State’s Ability to Legislate, Ankita Ritwik
The Australian government’s decision to mandate the ‘plain packaging’ of cigarettes has caused
more than a little legal consternation, both locally and internationally. Australia, though currently
having the most proscriptive plain packaging legislation is not the only country to mandate the
plain packaging of cigarettes. Uruguay introduced similar, though (slightly) less stringent,
legislation in February 2010. In an article, published in the Harvard International Law Journal
and entitled Tobacco Packaging Arbitration and the State’s Ability to Legislate, Ankita Ritwik
provides an update on the arbitration cases that have arisen out of this legislation in both
Australia and Uruguay.
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Immediately following the passing of the plain-packaging Bill in November 2011, Phillip Morris
Asia Limited (“PM Asia”) – the Asian subsidiary of Philip Morris International (“PMI”) – filed an
arbitration claim against the Australian government pursuant to the Hong Kong-Australia
Bilateral Investment Treaty. This claim alleges that Australia has violated its obligations under
the Treaty relating to “expropriation fair and equitable treatment, unreasonable impairment, full
protection and security, and the umbrella clause.” Unusually, however, the relief sought by PM
Asia is not confined to pecuniary damages, but rather, in addition to compensation for its costs
and losses, PM Asia seeks the abrogation of the plain packaging legislation. Ritwik argues that
despite a (very) limited number of arbitral decisions which have granted injunctive relief, there is
a serious question-mark over whether an arbitral tribunal has the requisite authority to grant
such a remedy and, arguably more importantly, whether these tribunals should be able to do so.
Were an arbitral tribunal able to grant an injunction in these circumstances, it would, in effect,
“trump the principle of legislative supremacy … [and] alter a central tenet of representative
democracy” – a small group of unelected individuals would have significant influence over the
regulatory functions of the state and ultimately have the power to eliminate a state’s ability to
legislate. Further, as Ritwik highlights, this potential capacity of an arbitral body is particularly
concerning in the immediate case where the legislation at issue has been enacted for the
protection of the Australian people.
The outcome of the arbitral proceedings will be of great interest. Given the impact that this
legislation has had on PMI, and the likelihood that other nations will adopt legislation similar to
Australia and Uruguay’s if it can be successfully defended, it is unlikely that they will discontinue
their suit. Yet, as Ritwik highlights, these cases are already having an impact upon the
willingness of nations to enter into investor-state arbitration agreements and the backlash from
states, were the tribunal to grant injunctive relief, could significantly weaken the investor-state
arbitration system.
This article is available via Westlaw or by clicking here
Further information about these proceedings can be found by clicking here or by going to the
Permanent Court of Arbitration’s website.
(This review of the article was contributed by Ms Courtney Coyne, International Associate to
Judge Young, a United States federal judge for the District of Massachusetts)
RECENT ACQUISITIONS OF THE SUPREME COURT LIBRARY
(Contributed by Dr. Richard Schulte of Counsel)
The following books were added to the collection of the Supreme Court Library during the week:
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Stuart P Green, 13 Ways to Steal a Bicycle – Theft Law in the Information Age 2012
(Harvard University Press)
This book is about the disorganized state of the law of theft in most Anglophone
jurisdictions, though the focus is on the position in the USA and the UK. In essence
Green is concerned with the dissonance between what people see as criminal conduct
and the way the law of theft responds. For an extreme example, there is a large section
of the community (mainly adolescent boys) that would no doubt support the
criminalisation of conduct in the virtual world of online gaming. How does theft law
respond in a world of intangibles where the notion of property is becoming highly
sophisticated? Green calls for reform in a book that will appeal to regulators and
academics.
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Scott Leckie (ed), Housing, Land, and Property Restitution Rights of Refugees and
Displaced Persons – Laws, Cases and Materials 2013 (Cambridge University Press)
The Pinheiro principles recognise that millions of refugees and displaced persons
worldwide continue to live in precarious and uncertain situations, and that all refugees
and displaced persons have a right to voluntary return, in safety and dignity, to their
original or former habitual homes and lands. In order for such principles to work for the
benefit of the dispossessed there must be a legal framework that recognises and
legitimises a right to housing, land, and property restitution. This is a specialized text of
collected materials dealing with the rights of refugees and displaced persons to have
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restored to them the housing, land and property rights they held at the time of their
displacement.
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William Flenley QC, Tom Leech QC, Thomas Grant, Graham Reid, and Paul Mitchell,
Solicitors’ Negligence and Liability 3 ed 2013 (Bloomsbury Professional)
The third edition of “Flenley & Leech” is a comprehensive treatment and extends to over
1000 pages. It is the leading text on solicitors’ liability and negligence in the United
Kingdom and will continue to be a useful comparative resource for the Australian
practitioner working is this wide ranging area of law.
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EDITORS’ SELECTION OF NEW CASES
The following cases have been selected for reporting in the Queensland Reports:
SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE – DISCRETION TO REFUSE REMEDY –
HARDSHIP
Evans v Robcorp Pty Ltd [2014] QSC 26, Peter Lyons J (13 February 2014)
This important decision addresses the question of whether or not the Court ought to order
specific performance in circumstances where such an order would impose great hardship upon
the respondent? The general principle involved in the decision is the discretionary nature of the
equitable remedy of specific performance. In the matter before his Honour, an application for
specific performance had been made, pursuant to s70 of the Property Law Act 1974 (Qld), by
the applicant, a vendor in an unperformed contract for the sale of land. [1-5] In resisting this
application on grounds related to their current impecuniosity, the respondents gave evidence to
the effect that though at the time of making the contract they believed they would be in a
position to perform their obligations, at the date of settlement, they were unable to do so and
that, were the Court to make such an order, they would be unable to comply. [6] In determining
whether or not an order for specific performance ought to be made in these circumstances, His
Honour, Justice P Lyons canvassed decisions from a number of jurisdictions. In particular, his
Honour noted the decision of the New Zealand Supreme Court in Nicholas v Ingram;
subsequently cited with approval by Demack J in Ready Construction Pty Ltd v Jenno [1984] 2
Qd R 78, at 82, which considered it authority for the principle that “mere financial inability on the
part of a purchaser is not a reason for refusing to decree specific performance” [10]. His
Honour, however, was more persuaded by, and ultimately followed the reasoning of the NSW
Supreme Court in Boyarsky v Taylor [2008] NSWSC 1415 and its citations to Spry’s Equitable
Remedies to the effect that “the courts will not require that to be done which cannot be done”
and that “there is no reason … why a source of hardship should be ignored merely because it
did not exist at the time when the contract was entered into.” [12-15] On the basis of this
reasoning, Peter Lyons J refused to make an order for summary judgment.
R M Derrington QC
Editor: Queensland Reports
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PUBLIC NOTICES
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Notice of intention to apply for Grant
of Probate or Letters of Administration
ABEL, LINDSAY GORDON
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 6 November,
1996 of LINDSAY GORDON ABEL late of Colthup Home, Thorn Street, Ipswich, Queensland,
but formerly of 81 Robertson Road, Raceview, Ipswich, Queensland, deceased, will be made by
KEVIN LINDSAY ABEL and LORRAINE KAYE ROBINSON 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.
ADAM, ALAN JOHN
After 14 clear days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated the 10th
day of September 2013 of ALAN JOHN ADAM late of Unit 25, Barcoo Retirement Village,
Coronation Drive, Blackall in the State of Queensland, deceased will be made by JUDITH
CLARE ADAM 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.
AGIORITIS, CONNIE (also known as CON AGIORITIS)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 14th March 2013
of CONNIE AGIORITIS also known as CON AGIORITIS late of 4 Ettarre Street, Bracken Ridge,
Queensland, deceased will be made by BARBARA ELLEN BEATRICE OGDEN and DENNIS
KEITH AGIORITIS to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are required to send in particulars of their claim to the
Applicants within six weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which time, pursuant to
Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the
Executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by THE OFFICIAL SOLICITOR TO THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE OF QUEENSLAND of 444
Queen Street Brisbane Q 4000.
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ALLEN, FLORENCE VIOLET RAE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 04 August 2009,
of FLORENCE VIOLET RAE ALLEN, late of Mary Potter Nursing Home, Woree in the State of
Queensland, deceased will be made by JAMES RADFORD to the Supreme Court at Cairns.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
The Estate of FLORENCE VIOLET RAE ALLEN, deceased.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect of the Estate of
FLORENCE VIOLET RAE ALLEN, deceased, late of 21 Aeroglen Drive, Aeroglen in the State
of Queensland, 4870, retired, who died on 04 October 2013, is required to send particulars of
any such claim or claims to JAMES RADFORD, the trustee of the Estate of the said
FLORENCE VIOLET RAE ALLEN at 'Robin Smith Solicitor, Suite 26 / 25 Grafton Street,
'Pentagon Building', Cairns in the State of Queensland, 4870, not later than seven weeks from
publication of this Notice.
Lodged by: ROBIN SMITH, Solicitor Suite 26 / 25 Grafton Street 'Pentagon Building' Cairns Qld
4870.
ANDREWS, BRETT MICHAEL
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 22nd March 1994
of BRETT MICHAEL ANDREWS late of 29 Forth Street, Mackay, Queensland, deceased will be
made by RONALD PETER ANDREWS and EVA MAY 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 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.
BAILLIE, ROBERT JAMES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of administration on intestacy of
ROBERT JAMES BAILLIE late of 9 Glenpark Street, North Mackay, Queensland, deceased, will
be made by JANE MARGARET BAILLIE 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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BALLINGER, WILLILAM ARTHUR
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 9 May 2002 of
WILLILAM ARTHUR BALLINGER formerly of 1 Edale Street, Kenmore, Brisbane in the State of
Queensland but late of Immanuel Gardens Nursing Home, 10 Magnetic Drive, Buderim in the
State of Queensland, deceased will be made by PAULINE BALLINGER to the Supreme Court
at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons whether as creditor, beneficiary or otherwise having a claim against the estate of the
deceased who died on 5 February 2014 are required to send particulars of their claim to the
undersigned within 6 weeks of the date of publication of this notice at the expiration of which
time, pursuant to section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 the executor will proceed to distribute the
assets of the testator among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of
which the said executor shall then have had notice.
Lodged by SHAND TAYLOR LAWYERS Level 12, Brisbane Club Tower 241 Adelaide Street
Brisbane Qld 4000.
BANCROFT, JOHN RAYMOND
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: JOHN RAYMOND BANCROFT.
Last Address: 16 Hunt Road, Burpengary in the State of Queensland.
Address in Will: 16 Hunt Road, Burpengary in the State of Queensland.
Applicant: JULIE ANN BANCROFT of 16 Hunt Road, Burpengary in the State of Queensland.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated 5th October, 2006.
Caveat: If you wish to object to or to be heard upon the application, you may file a caveat in the
Supreme Court Registry mentioned above at any time before the grant is made.
Creditors: All Creditors in the estate are hereby required to send in particulars of their claim to
the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which time the
said Applicants will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled
thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said Applicants shall then have had notice.
Applicants' Solicitor: PROCTOR GRAHAM, Lawyers, Shop 7, 75 King Street, Caboolture Qld
4510.
BECKEFELD, JOY MARGARET ADA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 3 February 2009
of JOY MARGARET ADA BECKEFELD late of c/- TriCare, Kawana Waters Private Nursing
Centre and Hostel, Room 12, Riveraine Avenue, Kawana Waters, Queensland, deceased, will
be made by CAROL ANNE MENTI and CHERYL RAE HALLIDAY 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: BAKERS LAWYERS Level 1, 94 Memorial Avenue, Maroochydore Queensland
4558.
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BEENCKE, FRANK KELVIN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 20 June 2001 of
FRANK KELVIN BEENCKE late of Mudgeeraba Nursing Centre, 21/25 Old Coach Road,
Mudgeeraba Qld, deceased, will be made by JEANETTE FRANCES ADAMS and WILLIAM
FREDERICK BEENCKE to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons and creditors having a claim against the estate are required to send particulars of
their claim to the Applicants' solicitor within 6 weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by: ATTWOOD MARSHALL LAWYERS 72-80 Marine Parade Coolangatta Qld 4225.
BENSON, MARGARET JOYCE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 30 May 1992 of
MARGARET JOYCE BENSON, Last address Sunnymeade Nursing Home, King Street,
Caboolture, Queensland, Address in Will 16 James Road, Beachmere, Queensland, deceased,
will be made by IVAN JOHN BENSON 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, who died on 29
December 2013, is required to send particulars of their claim to the applicant's solicitors named
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 the claims which the Executor shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: LEMBER AND WILLIAMS Cnr Annie & East Streets, Caboolture Qld 4510.
BESGROVE, ELEONORE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 22nd November
2013 of ELEONORE BESGROVE late of 22/123 Cemetery Rd, Raceview, deceased, will be
made by ERIC FASCHINGBAUER and MARINA GARDINER to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: BRETT SMITH & CO. Solicitors Cnr East & Churchill Streets Ipswich Q 4305.
BISHOP, JASON MARK
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
JASON MARK BISHOP late of 202 Bargara Road, Kalkie, Queensland, deceased, will be made
by NOEL ROBERT BISHOP 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 executor can administer the will.
Lodged by: CHARLTONS LAWYERS Thorburn House 14 Quay Street, Bundaberg Qld 4670.
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BLIGH, LUCILLE BEATRICE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 23 November
2011 of LUCILLE BEATRICE BLIGH late of Yarrabee, 61 - 71 Peel Street, Redland Bay in the
State of Queensland deceased will be made by PETER INIGO BROWN and ELIZABETH
HOWARD GILL to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a Caveat in that registry.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect of the estate of
the deceased who died on 15 February 2014 is hereby required to send in particulars of any
claim or claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks of the date hereof at the expiration of
which time the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testator amongst the
persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said Executors shall then
have had notice.
Applicant Solicitors: RIVERLEGAL Level 7 131 Leichhardt Street Spring Hill Qld 4000.
Note: By virtue of Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 a personal representative or trustee may,
after the date referred to in this notice, distribute the estate of the deceased having regard only
to those claims of which he then has notice.
BONNEY, ROY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 21 November
2013 of ROY BONNEY deceased late of 19 Norris Road, Bracken Ridge, Brisbane in the State
of Queensland will be made by NEIL CHARLES RICHARDSON 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 particulars of their claim to the
undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which time the said
NEIL CHARLES RICHARDSON will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the
persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said NEIL CHARLES
RICHARDSON shall then have had notice.
Lodged by RICHARDSON McGHIE SOLICITORS, Cnr Gawain Rd and Lavaine St, Bracken
Ridge Q 4017.
BRUNNER, VALMAE GLADYS
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated the Sixth day of
June 2011 of VALMAE GLADYS BRUNNER late of Lourdes Home for the Aged 227 Spring
Street Toowoomba Queensland Deceased will be made by KEITH JAMES BRUNNER to the
Supreme Court of Queensland 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 hereby requested to send in particulars
of their claim to the Applicant's Solicitors WONDERLEY & HALL within six 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: WONDERLEY & HALL Solicitors 33 Neil Street Toowoomba 4350.
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BUNT, LINDA FRANCES PEARL
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 21 September
2013 of LINDA FRANCES PEARL BUNT late of 96 Blackall Street, East Ipswich, in the state of
Queensland, deceased, will be made by VIKKI MAREE WENDT and DONNA LEE SHORE to
the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: BRETT SMITH & CO. Solicitors Cnr East & Churchill Streets Ipswich Q 4305.
BURKE, VALMA
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 31st January
2011 of VALMA BURKE late of 81 Todd Street, Railway Estate in the State of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by PETER CROW and JANEEN PUGH 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 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: O'SHEA & DYER SOLICITORS PTY LTD Solicitors Level 1, 225-229 Flinders Street
East, Townsville Qld 4810.
CARTER, MALCOLM GORDON
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 11 October 2011
of MALCOLM GORDON CARTER late of 341 Bishop Road, Beachmere in the State of
Queensland, will be made by KYLIE CAVELL VAN INGEN to the Supreme Court of Queensland
at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All Creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claim to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which
time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trust Act 1973, 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.
Applicant's Solicitors: LAW4U - PAT OLSEN SOLICITOR 3/3 King Street Caboolture Q 4510.
CARTMILL, VIOLA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated the 10 May 2011
of VIOLA CARTMILL late of The Brodribb Home, 13 Goggs Street, Toowoomba, Queensland
deceased will be made by IRENE ANN WELLSTEED and GREGORY CLARKE CARTMILL 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 particulars of their claims to
MURDOCH LAWYERS, 138 Margaret Street, Toowoomba Queensland within 6 weeks of the
date of publication of this notice at the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the
Trusts Act 1973, the executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the
persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the executor shall then have
had notice.
Lodged by MURDOCH LAWYERS, 138 Margaret Street, Toowoomba Qld 4350.
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CASTLE, DIANNE
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 17 January
2014 of DIANNE CASTLE late of 1 Mattand Court, Burpengary in the State of Queensland will
be made by KELLY CHARMAINE COFFEY in the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
Any person having any claim, whether as beneficiary or otherwise, must send particulars of that
person's claim within 6 weeks from the date of publication of this notice at the expiration of
which time the Applicant will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testatrix among the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said Applicant shall then have had
notice.
Lodged by: MTM LAWYERS, PO Box 14, Albany Creek Qld 4035.
CHOIKEE, NEVILLE DEREK
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Letters of Administration on Intestacy of
NEVILLE DEREK CHOIKEE, late of 51 Workshop Street, Yarrabah in the State of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by EMMA JOYCE COSTELLO and ROBERTA DELESSA MUNDRABY
to the Supreme Court at Cairns.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: O'CONNOR LAW Suite 22 The Conservatory 12 - 14 Lake Street Cairns Qld 4870.
CLIFF, MARGARET JUNE
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 8 December
2009 of MARGARET JUNE CLIFF late of Unit 144, Allora Gardens, 22 Allora Drive,
Maroochydore, 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.
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: KRUGER LAW Level 4 Ocean Central 2 Ocean Street, Maroochydore Qld 4558.
COLES, GLORIA DAWN (also known as DAWN COLES)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 3rd February
2003 of GLORIA DAWN COLES also known as DAWN COLES late of Villa 169, Compton
Gardens, 97 Albany Creek Road Aspley in the state of Queensland Address in will 11 Pine
Avenue, Tewantin in the state of Queensland deceased will be made by DARYN LAUREECE
YOUNG and JACQUELYN READ to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any person having any claim whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise must send
particulars of the person's claim to the Applicant (identified below) not later than the date which
is six (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: JACQUELYN READ 17 Cubberla Street Fig Tree Pocket Qld 4069.
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COLLIE, NORAH MARY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 16 May 2001 of
NORAH MARY COLLIE late of Sinnamon Village, 620 Seventeen Mile Rocks Road, Sinnamon
Park, Brisbane in the State of Queensland but formerly of 4 Marlock Street, Bellbowrie,
Brisbane aforesaid Deceased will be made by PATRICK JOHN MARRINAN as Executor, to the
Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
All creditors of the estate are 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, 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.
Applicant's Solicitors: DOYLE FAMILY LAW Level 7 243 Edward Street Brisbane Qld 4000.
COLLINS, SHIRLEY CLARE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 6 May 1987 of
SHIRLEY CLARE COLLINS late of 23 Boscawen Street, Rochedale, Queensland deceased will
be made by SYBIL LOUISE KER 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.
CONNOLLY, PETER
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 10 September
2007 of PETER CONNOLLY late of 79 Tomah Road, Bracken Ridge, Queensland, deceased
will be made by KENNETH RAYMOND JOHNS 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
21 November 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.
COOPER, JOAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of administration with the Will
dated 30 November 1970 of JOAN COOPER late of Azure Blue, 91 Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe,
Queensland deceased, will be made by DIANA JOAN EDMONDS and KAREN DENISE
SCOTNEY to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: COOKE & HUTCHINSON Lawyers, PO Box 130 Redcliffe Qld 4020.
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CRANNEY, JEAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 15th February
2010 of JEAN CRANNEY formerly of "Kerimbilla", Goondiwindi in the State of Queensland but
late of Kaloma Home for the Aged, 16 Gough Street, Goondiwindi in the State of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by PATRICIA ANN SYPHERS and WILLIAM JOHN CRANNEY to the
Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by HEDE BYRNE & HALL Pty Ltd (ACN 132 723 481), Lawyers, an Incorporated Legal
Practice trading as HEDE BYRNE & HALL, 126 Russell Street, Toowoomba Qld 4350.
CREESE, PAUL VINCENT
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration on intestacy of
PAUL VINCENT CREESE late of 6 Tulee Street, Bracken Ridge, Queensland deceased will be
made by MELBA TALANG to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the estate and all other persons having a claim against the estate are required to
send particulars of their claim to the applicant's solicitor within six (6) weeks of the date of
publication of this notice.
Lodged by SPINK LEGAL, PO Box 256, Aspley, Qld 4034.
CROSS, DELAS ELIZABETH
Any person having any claim against the estate of DELAS ELIZABETH CROSS deceased late
of 61 Guineas Creek Road, Elanora, Queensland, who died on 20 October 2013, whether as
creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, is required to send particulars of their claim to JILL DESLEY
HYLAND, the personal representative of the said DELAS ELIZABETH CROSS c/- Hyland Law,
127 Chapel Hill Road, Chapel Hill, Queensland no later than six (6) weeks from the date hereof
at the expiration of which pursuant to s67 Trusts Act 1973, the personal representative will
proceed to distribute the estate of the deceased among other persons entitled having regard
only to the claims of which they have notice.
Lodged by: HYLAND LAW 127 Chapel Hill Road, Chapel Hill, Qld 4069.
CUNNINGHAM, SANDRE LESLEY
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the will dated 30 January 2001
of SANDRE LESLEY CUNNINGHAM late of 31 Milparinka Terrace, Ashmore in the State of
Queensland, deceased will be made by CATHERINE JAYNE TOWERS of Unit 8, 3482 Main
Beach Parade, Main Beach in the State of 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 Applicant's
solicitors within six weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by SHORT PUNCH & GREATORIX Applicant's Solicitors Cnr Bundall Road & Crombie
Avenue Surfers Paradise Qld 4217.
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CURRELL, KEITH ARTHUR
After fourteen (14) days from today an application for Grant of Probate will be made to the
Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane as follows:
Deceased: KEITH ARTHUR CURRELL.
Last Address: 12 Market St, Toowong, Brisbane, in the state of Queensland.
Address in Will: 12 Market St Toowong, Brisbane, in the state of Queensland.
Applicants: JON RANALD CURRELL of 12 Market St Toowong, Brisbane, in the state of
Queensland; JAN MARGARET BRADY, of 58 Alpha St, Taringa, Brisbane, in the state of
Queensland; ROBYN ANNE CANHAM of 355 Horizon Drive, Riverhills, Brisbane, in the state of
Queensland and SUSAN ELIZABETH HOBAN, of 47/110 Alfred St, Milsons Point, Sydney, in
the state of New South Wales.
Grant: probate of the will dated 28 August 2003.
Caveat: If you wish to object to or be heard upon the application, you may file a caveat in the
Supreme Court Registry mentioned above at any time before the grant is made.
Creditors: All creditors in the estate or others having a claim against the estate are required to
send particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks of the date hereof, at the
expiration of which time the said applicants will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the said
applicants shall then have had notice.
Date of Death: the tenth of May 2013.
Applicants: JON RANALD CURRELL of 12 Market St Toowong, Brisbane, in the state of
Queensland; JAN MARGARET BRADY, of 58 Alpha St, Taringa, Brisbane, in the state of
Queensland; ROBYN ANNE CANHAM, of 355 Horizon Drive, Riverhills, Brisbane, in the state
of Queensland and SUSAN ELIZABETH HOBAN of 47/110 Alfred St, Milsons Point, Sydney, in
the state of New South Wales.
DALLOW, IRENE MAY
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 15th December,
2005 of IRENE MAY DALLOW of 2/29 Eider Avenue, Paradise Point Qld 4216 and late of Oz
Care, Parkwood Gardens, Labrador 4215 in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by
MAUREEN JUNE PIERPOINT 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 Applicants shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: QUEENSLAND LAW COMPANY Solicitors 1/46 Smith Street Southport Qld 4215.
DAVIS, JOHN BRIAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration on Intestacy of
JOHN BRIAN DAVIS late of 12/1380 Warrego Highway, Blacksoil deceased will be made by
RENEE MANZ as guardian for DYLAN ASHLEY DAVIS (born 17.01.03) and BRANDON JOHN
DAVIS (born 21.08.06) to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by BRETT SMITH & CO Solicitors, PO Box 465, Ipswich Qld 4305.
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DAVIS, MARJORY FRANCES
After 14 days from today an Application for Letters of Administration with the Will dated 20
February 1985 of MARJORY FRANCES DAVIS late of Lodges on George, 109 George Street,
Kippa Ring, Redcliffe, Queensland will be made by BRONWYN FRANCES BATEMAN to the
Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a caveat at that Registry.
All creditors in the Estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claim to the Applicant's Solicitor within six (6) weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of
which time 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.
Applicant's Solicitor: GR BROWN, ESQ. SOLICITOR AND NOTARY, Suite 5, Sandgate Arcade,
Corner Brighton Road and Second Avenue Sandgate Qld 4017.
DEAN, ERIC BERNHARD
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 7 November
2006 of ERIC BERNHARD DEAN late of Carinya Nursing Home, Atherton (Address in Will 93
Wongabel Road, Atherton) Queensland, deceased, will be made by ANNE MARILYN ILLIDGE
and RONALD WALTER BOWTHORPE to the Supreme Court at Cairns.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the 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: LILLEY GROSE & LONG, Solicitors 34 Main Street, Atherton Qld 4883.
DEEHAN, DEIRDRE ANNE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 11 September
2012 of DEIRDRE ANNE DEEHAN late of 12 Bolton Street, Kirra in the State of Queensland
4215, Address in Will 12 Bolton Street, Coolangatta in the State of Queensland deceased will
be made by REGINALD FRANCIS PATRICK DEEHAN to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that Registry.
Any person having any claim whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise must send
particulars of the person's claim to the Applicant's Solicitors (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: BUDD & PIPER, 16 Beryl Street, Tweed Heads NSW 2485 (Solicitors for the
Applicant) by their Town Agents: T F WARDROBE, Level 10 Morris Towers, 149 Wickham
Terrace, Brisbane Qld 4000.
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DICKSON, MYRA GERTRUDE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 23rd September
1994 of MYRA GERTRUDE DICKSON late of Casa Damore Home, 34 Park Street, Coorparoo
in the State of Queensland, deceased will be made by RICHARD LESLIE DICKSON, WAYNE
ROBERT DICKSON and JULIE-ANNE MORAN 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: CRANSTON McEACHERN Level 8, 388 Queen Street Brisbane Qld 4000.
DORING, UDO HELMUT
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 4 April 2009 of
UDO HELMUT DORING late of 81 Ferndale Street, Annerley, Queensland, deceased, will be
made by MARGARET THERESE BRITZ-DORING 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: RA SOLICITORS Logan City Centre Shop 8, 2 Wembley Road, Logan Central Qld
4114.
DUMMA, LORRAINE FRANCES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 27 July 2007 of
LORRAINE FRANCES DUMMA late of 20 Schaefer Street, Mackay in the State of Queensland
deceased will be made by CHARLES LESLIE DUMMA to the Supreme Court at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Creditors Notice: All creditors in the estate of the Deceased are hereby required to send in
particulars of their claim to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at the
expiration of which time the said Sole Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the
Testatrix amongst the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said
Sole Executor shall then have had notice.
Lodged by MACROSSAN & AMIET, Solicitors, 55 Gordon Street, Mackay Qld 4740.
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EATON, CHARLES LLOYD
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration on Intestacy of
CHARLES LLOYD EATON late of 25 Durundur Street, Woodford 4514 in the State of
Queensland deceased will be made by GARY STEPHEN EATON to the Supreme Court of
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors and beneficiaries are required to send particulars of their claims to the Lodger
within 6 weeks of the date of Publication of this Notice. At the end of the period, the Executor
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 Executor will have regard only to the
claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by: WILLIAMSON & ASSOCIATES Solicitors 4 Rakeevan Road Graceville Qld 4075.
EDEY, PATRICIA MARY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 15th December
2008 of PATRICIA MARY EDEY late of 67/11 Fort Road, Oxley, Queensland, deceased will be
made by TERENCE NUGENT EDEY 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.
EGAN, EDITH HONOR
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 11 October 1996
of EDITH HONOR EGAN late of 12 Tewantin Way Ellen Grove Qld 4078 deceased, will be
made by ALLAN JAMES EGAN 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 by virtue of Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, as amended, 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: JAMES TAN, CORNEY & LIND LAWYERS Suite 43, Level 4 Royal Brisbane Place
17 Bowen Bridge Road Herston Qld 4006.
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FAULKNER, EILEEN JOYCE
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: EILEEN JOYCE FAULKNER.
Last Address: RSL Grange Road, Eastern Heights in the State of Queensland and formerly of
68 Faulkners Road, Peak Crossing in the State of Queensland.
Applicant: GARY JOHN FAULKNER of 815 Boonah-Rathdowney Road, Wallace Creek in the
State of Queensland.
Grant: Probate of the will dated 29 October 2007.
Caveat: Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect of the
estate of the deceased, who died on 1 February 2014, is hereby required to send in particulars
of their claim to ROSE & JENSEN Solicitors, at the address stated below, within 6 weeks from
the date hereof 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 deceased among the persons entitled
thereto having regard only to the claims of which the executor shall then have had notice.
Applicant's solicitors: ROSE & JENSEN Solicitors PO Box 89 Ipswich Qld 4305.
FAUMUINA, TORA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration on Intestacy of
TORA FAUMUINA late of 29 Ingles Drive, Redbank Plains 4301 in the state of Queensland
deceased will be made by TAUMALOTO FAUMUINA to the Supreme Court of Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors and beneficiaries are required to send particulars of their claims to the Lodger
within 6 weeks of the date of the Publication of this Notice. At the end of that period, the
Executor 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 Executor will have regard only
to the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by: BARBARA TOFILAU on behalf of Mr TAUMALOTO FAUMUINA 165 Inala Ave Inala
Qld 4077.
FIELDING, ANTHONY BRETT
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of administration on intestacy of
ANTHONY BRETT FIELDING, late of 9 St Marys Court, Bundaberg in the State of Queensland
deceased will be made by TIMOTHY JAMES CAMPBELL to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which
time TIMOTHY JAMES CAMPBELL ("the Applicant") will proceed to distribute the estate of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the
Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by McCARTHY DURIE LAWYERS Cnr Queen & Waterloo Streets Cleveland Qld 4163.
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FISHER, BASIL JOHN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 6 June 2012 of
BASIL JOHN FISHER late of Unit 5/27-31 Southport Avenue, Tamborine Mountain (formerly
Eagle Heights) in the State of Queensland deceased, will be made by WENDY LE NOBLE and
ROBIN GARETH BICKFORD to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any persons having a claim, whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, in regard to the
estate of the abovenamed deceased person, are hereby required to send in particulars of such
claim to the executors solicitors named below no later than 23 April 2014 at the expiration of
which time the applicant of the abovenamed deceased will proceed to distribute the assets of
the deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the
administrator shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: MACALLAN LAWYERS 40 Southport Ave, Tamborine Mountain Qld 4271.
FISHER, GEORGE (also known as GEORGE SIGMUND FISHER)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 31 May 2004 of
GEORGE FISHER also known as GEORGE SIGMUND FISHER late of 785 Main Western
Road, Tamborine Mountain (formerly Mount Tamborine) in the State of Queensland deceased,
will be made by JOAN LILLIAN FISHER to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any persons having a claim, whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, in regard to the
estate of the abovenamed deceased person, are hereby required to send in particulars of such
claim to the executors solicitors named below no later than 25 April 2014 at the expiration of
which time the applicant of the abovenamed deceased will proceed to distribute the assets of
the deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the
administrator shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: MACALLAN LAWYERS 40 Southport Ave, Eagle Heights Qld 4271.
FISHER, JOHN STANLEY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 6 August 2009 of
JOHN STANLEY FISHER late of Regis Nursing Home, The Gap Qld, retired, deceased, will be
made by GRAHAM JOHN FISHER, JOANNE LESLIE NEARY and MICHAEL ALAN LUCAS to
the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons and creditors having a claim against the estate are required to send particulars of
their claim to the Applicants' solicitor within 6 weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by: ATTWOOD MARSHALL LAWYERS 72-80 Marine Parade Coolangatta Qld 4225.
FLEMING, ALAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 2 June 2006 of
ALAN FLEMING late of Unit 20, 5189 Riverina Hwy, Howlong, NSW 2643 deceased, will be
made by MIKARLA JODIE BELL to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons having any claim, whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, against the estate
of the deceased is required to send particulars in writing of their claim to the applicant at the
address stated below within 6 weeks of the date of this notice. At the end of this period, the
applicant will proceed to 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: MIKARLA JODIE BELL, Montys Marina 441 Beachmere Rd, Beachmere Qld 4510.
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FLOCKTON, ALMA ROSE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 20 September
2007 of ALMA ROSE FLOCKTON late of 40 Raynbird Place, Carseldine, Queensland will be
made by STEPHEN JOHN FLOCKTON and STUART PENWARN 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 executors will distribute the estate amongst
those entitled having regard only to the claims of which they then have had notice.
Applicant Solicitors: HOLLINGWORTH & SPENCER, 6 / 2 3 Glenaffric Street, The Gap, Qld,
4061.
FORSYTH, MOLLIE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration with the Will
dated 21 September 2001 of MOLLIE FORSYTH late of 39 Parari Street, Warana, Queensland,
deceased will be made by WENDY ROBYN FORSYTH 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 abovenamed deceased who died on 18 December 2013 are
required to send particulars of their claim to the applicant's solicitors within 6 weeks from the
date hereof.
Lodged by: POLLOCK INGRAM Solicitors 2 First Avenue Caloundra Q 4551.
FREEMAN, YVONNE JESSE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of Will dated 18th of May 2006 of
YVONNE JESSE FREEMAN late of 13303 Wondai-Chinchilla Road in the State of Queensland,
deceased will be made by ROY WILLIAM FREEMAN and RAELENE JOY DUFF to the
Supreme Court at Brisbane, Queensland.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the applicant's
solicitors within (6) weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by: AM McNALLY SOLICITOR P O Box 469 Virginia Qld 4014.
FRY, CECELIA MURIEL
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 4 December 1984
of CECELIA MURIEL FRY deceased, late of Glenmead Uniting Care, Cairns in the State of
Queensland will be made by DONALD GEORGE FRY and RAYMOND ALFRED FRY to the
Supreme Court at Cairns.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by Applicants'solicitors: WILLIAMS GRAHAM CARMAN PO Box 947 Cairns Qld 4870.
Notice pursuant to section 67 of Trusts Act 1973: Any person having any claim, whether as
creditor, beneficiary or otherwise, must send particulars of the person's claim within 6 weeks
from the date of publication of this notice.
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GALLAHER, KEVIN NOEL
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration with the will
dated 28.6.1988 of KEVIN NOEL GALLAHER late of 31 Fairsky Avenue, Mermaid Waters,
Queensland, deceased, will be made by GERSHAM GALLAHER to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: WOODS HATCHER SOLICITORS & ATTORNEYS Suite 2, Level 2, 15-21 Via
Roma, Isle of Capri Qld 4217.
GALTON, ISABEL HEATHER
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 20 April 2009 of
ISABEL HEATHER GALTON late of Zion Lutheran Nursing Home, 24 Union Street, Nundah in
the State of Queensland formerly of 5 Imbros Street, Wavell Heights in the State of
Queensland, deceased, will be made by JOHN COLIN GALTON, PENELOPE MARY JOYCE
LAIRD (in the will named PENELOPE MARY LOYCE LAIRD) and DOROTHY ANNE SULLIVAN
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: GRAHAM ISLES & ASSOCIATES Level 1, 55 Sherwood Road, Toowong Qld 4066.
GARAI, JULIANNA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 9 October 2008
of JULIANNA GARAI late of 27 Brook Street, Crestmead, Queensland, deceased will be made
by SANDOR LAJOS GARAI to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which
time SANDOR LAJOS GARAI ("the Applicant") will proceed to distribute the estate of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the
Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by CAMPBELL STAINES & MELLIFONT Shop 6, 82 City Road Beenleigh Qld 4207.
GARNER, KEVIN JAMES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 2 August 1996 of
KEVIN JAMES GARNER late of 14 Cornick Street, North Rockhampton deceased will be made
by DAPHNE JEAN FINNEGAN, BRYAN KENNETH CURNOW (described in the will as "B.
CURNOW") the other instituted Executor named in the Will having predeceased the deceased
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.
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GASTON, FRANCES MARY
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 18 October 2013
of FRANCES MARY GASTON late of Gold Coast University Hospital, Southport in the State of
Queensland deceased, will be made by JOSEPH CHARLES RUSSELL WHITCROFTHODSON to the Supreme Court of Queensland in Brisbane.
Deceased: FRANCES MARY GASTON.
Last Address: Gold Coast University Hospital, Southport in the State of Queensland.
Address in Will: 16 Ringwood Close Robina in the State of Queensland.
Applicant: JOSEPH CHARLES RUSSELL WHITCROFT-HODSON.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated 18 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.
Notice to Creditors: 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.
Date of Death: 3 February 2014.
Applicant Solicitors: CARTER GREEN, Ground Floor, 43 Commerce Drive, Robina Qld 4226.
GIBSON, AILEEN JUNE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 29 May 1997 of
AILEEN JUNE GIBSON formerly of Flat 4, 130 King Street, Buderim in the State of Queensland
but late of Immanuel Gardens Nursing Home, 10 Magnetic Drive, Buderim in the State of
Queensland, Deceased, will be made by GREGORY KENNETH SWAIN and IAN LAWRENCE
SWAIN 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: RYANS SOLICITORS & ATTORNEYS, Level 2, 26 Duporth Avenue, Maroochydore
Qld 4558.
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GODSCHALL-JOHNSON, YVONNE SUZETTE
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 17th July 2006
of YVONNE SUZETTE GODSCHALL-JOHNSON, late of 3 Tonnack Court, Rasmussen in the
State of Queensland and formerly of 49 Neelsen Street, Wulguru, Townsville in the State of
Queensland, deceased, will be made by VIVIENNE ALICE RUSSONIELLO and GLEN
ANTHONY GODSCHALL-JOHNSON to the Supreme Court at Townsville.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors, beneficiaries, or others having claim against the Estate of the deceased are
required to send particulars of their claim to the applicants' Solicitor within six (6) weeks of the
date of the publication of this Notice. At the end of that period, the applicant will distribute the
assets of the deceased among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on
Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have
been notified to them.
Lodged by: GIUDES & ELLIOTT Solicitors & Notary 60-62 Denham Street Townsville Q 4810.
GRANSDEN, ANDRINA MARGARET NANCY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 30 January 2012
of ANDRINA MARGARET NANCY GRANSDEN late of Claremont Private Aged Care,
Glenbrook Drive, Nambour in the state of Queensland deceased will be made by KATHARINE
CHLOE KEIGHTLEY 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 (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which time KATHARINE
CHLOE KEIGHTLEY ('the Applicant') will proceed to distribute the estate of the deceased
among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claim of which the Applicant shall
then have had notice.
Lodged by FREWS SOLICITORS, Suite 4, Level 1, 138 Racecourse Road, Ascot Qld 4007.
GREEN, KEVIN MICHAEL
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 7 April 2009 of
KEVIN MICHAEL GREEN late of 17 Lennox Street, Maryborough, Queensland, deceased, will
be made by KATHRYN MARIE HART to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any person having any claim whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise must send
particulars of the person's claim to the Applicant 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: KATHRYN HART 38 Brisbane Water Road, Adamstown NSW 2289.
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GREENSLADE, DULCIE EVELYN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 5 October 2004 of
DULCIE EVELYN GREENSLADE late of Unit 5/32 Tessmanns Road, Kingaroy, Queensland,
formerly of 73 Kingaroy Street, Kingaroy in the State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by
VICKI LYNNE TESSMANN 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: J.A. CARROLL & SON SOLICITORS 10-12 King Street, Kingaroy Qld 4610.
GRIFFIN, HENRY CAMPBELL
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 3 November 2005
together with 2 codicils thereto dated 15 October 2010 and 2 May 2012 of HENRY CAMPBELL
GRIFFIN late of 45 Hazelmere Parade, Sherwood in the State of Queensland deceased will be
made by JOHN CHARLES GRIFFIN, MARY ANNE PIDGEON, PETER CAMPBELL GRIFFIN
and WILLIAM JAMES GRIFFIN to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons whether as creditor, beneficiary or otherwise having a claim against the estate of the
deceased who died on 21 January 2014 are required to send particulars of their claim to the
undersigned within 6 weeks of the date of publication of this notice at the expiration of which
time, pursuant to section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 the 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 SHAND TAYLOR LAWYERS Level 12, Brisbane Club Tower 241 Adelaide Street
Brisbane Qld 4000.
GRIMLEY, BARBARA VALENTINE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 1st April 2003 of
BARBARA VALENTINE GRIMLEY late of Florence Towers, 07/09 Florence Street, Tweed
Heads, New South Wales but formerly of Unit 23, Cobaki Broadwater Village, 192 Piggabeen
Road, Tweed Heads South, New South Wales deceased will be made by IRENE ELIZABETH
HANLON, JOHN GRIMLEY and IAN GRIMLEY to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which
time IRENE ELIZABETH HANLON, JOHN GRIMLEY and IAN GRIMLEY ("the Applicants") will
proceed to distribute the estate of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having
regard only to the claims of which the Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by INGWERSEN & LANSDOWN 1065 Gold Coast Highway Palm Beach Qld 4221.
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HAMILTON, PAMELA GAYE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 2 September
2007 of PAMELA GAYE HAMILTON late of 12 Robinson Place, Currumbin Waters,
Queensland, deceased will be made by CAROL ANNE HAMILTON 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 any claim against the estate of the deceased are
required to send particulars of their claim to the applicant's solicitors below within six (6) weeks
from the date of publication of this notice at the expiration of which time, pursuant to section 67
of the Trusts Act 1973, the administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the administrator
shall then have had notice.
Lodged by DILLON LEGAL, Suite 35, 137 Scottsdale Drive, Robina Qld 4226.
HARWOOD, COLIN WILFRED
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated Friday, 23
March 2012 of COLIN WILFRED HARWOOD formerly of 138 Bargara Road, Bundaberg Qld
4670 in the State of Queensland, deceased will be made by MURIEL HOSFALL and GLEN
ALAN TOLL to the Supreme Court at Rockhampton.
You may object to the Grant by lodging a Caveat in that registry.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect of the
abovenamed deceased is required to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's solicitors
within six (6) weeks of the date of publication of this notice at the expiration of which time the
Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testator among the persons entitled thereto
having regard only to the claims of which the said Executor shall then have had notice.
Lodged by BAKER O'BRIEN & TOLL Solicitors, 7 Maryborough Street, Bundaberg (PO Box
380), Queensland, 4670.
HAWKINS, SHIRLEY JOAN
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 24 January 1998
of SHIRLEY JOAN HAWKINS late of 6 Lingle Street, Robertson, Queensland, Deceased, will
be made by AUDREY ROSE PETERSEN and BONNIE JUNE GOODRICH 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 10 January 2014 are hereby required to send in
particulars of their claim to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the
expiration of which time the Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testatrix
among the persons entitled thereto having regard to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 and to
the claims of which the said Executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: WHELDON & ASSOCIATES Solicitors 12 Zamia Street Sunnybank Qld 4109.
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HAYWOOD, JOHNNY NIGEL
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 23 July 2013 of
JOHNNY NIGEL HAYWOOD late of 8/26 Hotham Drive, Pacific Pines, Queensland deceased
will be made by TINA MARIE HAYWOOD to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors and other persons having a claim against the estate of the deceased are required
to send particulars of their claim to the applicant's solicitor within 6 weeks from the date of
publication of this notice at the expiration of which time, pursuant to section 67 of the Trusts Act
1973 (Qld), the executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the executor has notice.
Lodged by McINNES WILSON LAWYERS, GPO Box 1089, Brisbane Qld 4001.
HEAD, RONALD CECIL
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 5 December
2011 of RONALD CECIL HEAD late of Bethany Home, Rockhampton deceased will be made by
GAVIN JOHN HEAD, 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.
HEAL, SHIRLEY
After fourteen clear days from today an application for a grant of representation will be made to
the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane as follows:
Deceased: SHIRLEY HEAL.
Last Address: Azure Blue Nursing Home, 90 Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe in the State of
Queensland.
Address in Will: Unit 1, 2-4 Ure Court, Buderim in the State of Queensland.
Applicant: NEALE BRIAN HEAL of 49 Creswick Street, Clayfield in the State of Queensland.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated 17 June 2004.
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 are required to send particulars to the applicants solicitors
within 6 weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Date of Death: 12 January 2014.
Applicants' Solicitors: HAMILTON LEGAL, 15/690 Sandgate Road Clayfield Qld 4011.
HEATHWOOD, JOYCE WINIFRED
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 9 February 2010
of JOYCE WINIFRED HEATHWOOD late of 5 Ibsen Street, Aspley in the State of Queensland
deceased will be made by LYLE JAMES REIBELT 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.
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HENDERSON, ARTHUR JOHN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 10 August, 2007
of ARTHUR JOHN HENDERSON late of Bundaleer Lodge, North Ipswich, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by LLOYD EDWARD HENDERSON and JOAN MARGARET
HENDERSON to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
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.
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.
HOOPER, DOUGLAS JAMES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 5 November
2009 of DOUGLAS JAMES HOOPER late of Nambour Nursing Home, 9 Princess Crescent,
Nambour in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by RAYMOND JOHN JENSEN
and DELMA MARY JENSEN to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons having any claim, whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, against the estate
of the deceased are required to send particulars in writing of their claims to the applicants at the
address stated below within 6 weeks after 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.
Lodged by: BUTLER McDERMOTT LAWYERS 6-8 William Street Nambour Qld 4560.
HORNE, RICHARD ALAN EDWARD
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Letters of Administration on intestacy of
RICHARD ALAN EDWARD HORNE late of 21 Winterbrook Court, Caboolture, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by JUANITA MARIE HORNE 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.
HORSWELL, EDWARD ANDREW
After 14 days from today, an application for a grant of Letters of Administration on Intestacy of
EDWARD ANDREW HORSWELL late of 4 Crescent Drive, Nambour in the State of
Queensland deceased will be made by DARLENE MAREE HORSWELL to the Supreme Court
at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate are required to send in particulars of their claim to the Applicants'
solicitors within six (6) weeks from the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by WELSH & WELSH, 8 Queen Street, (PO Box 603), Nambour Qld, 4560.
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HORTON, SHIRLEY MARGARET
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 16 March 1984
of SHIRLEY MARGARET HORTON late of 17 Matong Street, Hendra Brisbane, Queensland
deceased will be made by PETER LESLIE MITCHELL to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Creditors: Any creditors and all other persons having a claim against the estate are required to
send particulars of their claim to the applicant's solicitors on or before six weeks from the date
hereof.
Date of Death: 23 January 2014.
Lodged by: BIGGS FITZGERALD PIKE Solicitors, 823 Gympie Road, Chermside, Qld, 4032.
HOTHERSALL, MARGERET
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of administration on intestacy of
MARGERET HOTHERSALL late of Mount Coolum Aged Care, 15 Suncoast Beach Drive,
Mount Coolum, Queensland Deceased will be made by DEBORAH MARGARET JANE HARRIS
to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by ROM FERRIER LAW, P O Box 546, Buderim Q 4556.
HSU, FENG
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of administration on intestacy of
FENG HSU, late of Unit 12/8 Duncan Street, Fortitude Valley, in the State of Queensland,
deceased will be made by WAN CHEN CHANG 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: AE & ASSOCIATES, McWhirters Centre, Shop 237, 38 Warner Street, Fortitude
Valley Qld 4006.
HUNT, JEAN MARGARET
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 9 June 2005 of
JEAN MARGARET HUNT deceased late of 1 llya Street, Currimundi, Queensland will be made
by CHRISTIAN ASHLEY HUNT 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 January 2014.
Lodged by: GRIFFITHS PARRY LAWYERS, 10/12 Innovation Parkway, Birtinya Qld 4575.
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IMISON, RONALD EDWIN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 24 May 2012 of
RONALD EDWIN IMISON late of Villa Serena Aged Care, 2 Easthill Drive, Robina,
Queensland, deceased will be made by JAMES JOHN BARKELL 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 Applicant's solicitors on or before 28 April 2014.
Lodged by: de GROOTS wills and estate lawyers Level 7, 46 Edward Street Brisbane Qld 4000.
JOHANSEN, JACQUELINE MARGARET
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 27th day of
October 2009 of JACQUELINE MARGARET JOHANSEN late of 53 Allen Road Chatsworth
Queensland deceased will be made by LARRY JOHANSEN of 74 Kirsten Drive Curra
Queensland and KERRY JOHANSEN of 433 Lawson Road Jones Hill Queensland.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the applicant's
solicitors no later than six (6) weeks after the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by CONNOLLY DORE LAWYERS PTY LTD 29 O'Connell Street Gympie Qld 4570.
JONES, DAVID MICHAEL
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 9 October 2012
of DAVID MICHAEL JONES late of 29-31 Jones Road, Bellbird Park in the State of Queensland
deceased will be made by RONALD EDWARD JAMES MCDONALD 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 Administrator 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 Administrator will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to her.
Lodged by BRADLEY MUNT & CO SOLICITORS PO Box 51, Redbank Plaza Q 4301.
JONES, ELFREDA BERTHA
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 20 April 2002 of
ELFREDA BERTHA JONES late of Numylo Nursing Home, 885 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba in
the State of Queensland (address in Will 19 Lorraine Crescent, Toowoomba in the State of
Queensland), deceased, will be made by RUSSELL CHARLES JONES and JOY MARGARET
MAGINNESS 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 weeks from the date of publication of this notice. By
virtue of section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 a personal representative or trustee may, after six
weeks from the date of publication of this notice, distribute the estate of the deceased having
regard only to those claims of which the trustee then has notice.
Lodged by the Applicants' Solicitors KENNEDY SPANNER LAWYERS 156 Hume Street (PO
Box 1461) Toowoomba Q 4350.
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KELLY, KEVIN FRANCIS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Letters of Administration with the Will
dated 1 November 2007 of KEVIN FRANCIS KELLY late of Cazna Gardens Aged Care, 465
Hellawell Road, Sunnybank Hills, Queensland formerly of 38 Orari Road, Yeronga, Queensland
deceased will be made by ROBERT BRUCE KELLY and RUSSELL FRANCIS KELLY 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 applicants' solicitors within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of
which time, pursuant to section 67 Trusts Act 1973, the executor will proceed to distribute the
assets of the testator among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of
which the executor shall then have had notice.
Lodged by JB STEVENSON & COMPANY, Solicitors, 1st Floor, 173 Beaudesert Road,
Moorooka Qld 4105.
KENDALL, ALAN WILLIAM
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 24 September
2003 of ALAN WILLIAM KENDALL late of RSL Care Carrington, 16 Blairmount Street,
Parkinson 4115 in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by RODGER WILLIAM
KENDALL and DAVID ALAN KENDALL to the Supreme Court at Brisbane
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: MICHAEL COOPER LAWYER 34 Vanessa Boulevard, Springwood Qld 4127.
KERR, KEITH REUBEN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 21 January,
2010 of KEITH REUBEN KERR late of 2 Jillian Street, Toowoomba, Queensland, deceased will
be made by ANDREW JOHN TAYLOR of 70 Neil Street, Toowoomba, Queensland to the
Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons or creditors having a claim in respect of the estate of the deceased are required to
send particulars of their claims to the undersigned within 6 weeks from the date hereof, at the
expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the 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, 70 Neil Street, Toowoomba Q 4350.
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KRAUTZ, MARGARET AMABEL
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of will dated 29 November 2000
of MARGARET AMABEL KRAUTZ late of 411 Main Street Kangaroo Point in the state of
Queensland deceased will be made by GAVIN WILLIAM KRAUTZ and PAUL MARTIN KRAUTZ
to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect of the estate of
the deceased who died on 8 January 2014 is hereby required to send in particulars of their
claim or claims to MORGAN CONLEY SOLICITORS at the address stated below, within 6
weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which time, pursuant to s67 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: JOEL HUNTER PITMAN MORGAN CONLEY SOLICITORS Level 4, 183 North
Quay, Brisbane Qld 4000.
KULIG, ZOFIA
After 14 days from today, an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 21 September
2004 of ZOFIA KULIG late of Marebello Nursing Home, Victoria Point in the State of
Queensland deceased will be made by ELIZABETH MARIA THWAITE and BARBARA HELEN
LITSCHNER to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate are required to send in particulars of their claim to the Applicants'
solicitors within six (6) weeks from the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by WELSH & WELSH, 8 Queen Street, (PO Box 603), Nambour Qld, 4560.
KYPRIOS, MARIE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 29 April 2002 of
MARIE KYPRIOS late of Hillview House, 135 Cotlew Street, Ashmore, in the State of
Queensland, deceased will be made by GEORGE NICHOLAS CYPROS, ANTHEA ELIZABETH
PHAIR and CHRYSANTHE DIANE ROSEMARY FLAVELL to the Supreme Court of
Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any person having a claim, whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, against the estate is
required to send particulars of the claim to the applicant's solicitors within 7 weeks of the date of
publication of this notice.
Lodged by: GALL STANDFIELD & SMITH Solicitors Level 5, 91 Scarborough Street, Southport,
Qld, 4215.
LALLY, DWAYNE THOMAS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 25th April 2010
of DWAYNE THOMAS LALLY late of 12 Crest View Key Broadbeach Waters Qld 4218
deceased will be made by the executors under the Will GARRY HILTON LALLY and KYM
MAREE LALLY to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: EVANS LAWYERS PO Box 6492 Gold Coast Mail Centre Bundall Qld 9726.
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LANSDOWN, PATRICIA MARION
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: PATRICIA MARION LANSDOWN.
Last Address: 18 Mouatt Street, Monto in the State of Queensland.
Address in will: 18 Mouatt Street, Monto in the State of Queensland.
Applicants: WENDY CHARLOTTE MORGAN of 26 Marley Court, Aspley, Brisbane in the State
of Queensland and JODIE RUTH ROBERTSON of 21 Eames Street, Banyo, Brisbane in the
State of Queensland.
Grant: Probate of the will dated 11 February 2011.
Caveat: You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Creditors: Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is
required to send particulars of that claim to the applicants' solicitors named below within 6
weeks of the date of this notice. At the end of that period, the applicant will distribute the assets
of the deceased among the person or persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying
of Section 67 to the Trusts Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which
have been notified to them.
Lodged by: ANDERSSEN & COMPANY, solicitors 105 Alfred Street, Fortitude Valley in the
State of Queensland.
LOCKE, KINGSLEY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 27th July 2011 of
KINGSLEY LOCKE deceased late of Akooramak, 267-269 Wood Street, Warwick, deceased,
will be made by BETTY JEANNETTE WILSON and ROSEMARIE ALICE COURTNEY to the
Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: LILLEY SPANNER & STACEY Webb House 75 Percy Street, Warwick Qld 4370.
LUCAS, GERALD IAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 22 December
2013 of GERALD IAN LUCAS, late of Unit 81, Compton Retirement Village, Newman Street,
Caboolture 4510 in the State of Queensland, formerly of Beachmere and Kilcoy, deceased will
be made by GARY JOHN TURNER to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any person having any claim whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise must send
particulars of the person's claim to the Applicant (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: GARY JOHN TURNER, 129 Torquay Road, Scarness, Hervey Bay, 4655.
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MACCARONE, ORAZIO (also known as GRAZIO ALBERTO MACCARONE)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 29 June 2012 of
ORAZIO MACCARONE, also known as GRAZIO ALBERTO MACCARONE late of 27 Birdwood
Street, Zillmere Queensland 4034 deceased will be made by BARBARA MACCARONE 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 (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 Applicant BARBARA MACCARONE, 27 Birdwood Street Zillmere Queensland 4034.
MARTIN, NORMA ELVA JOYCE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 6 February 2001
of NORMA ELVA JOYCE MARTIN late of 299 Finucane Road, Alexandra Hills in the State of
Queensland deceased will be made by LESLIE DAVID O'BERG to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which
time LESLIE DAVID O'BERG ("the Applicant") will proceed to distribute the estate of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the
Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by McCARTHY DURIE LAWYERS 80 Old Cleveland Road Capalaba Qld 4157.
MAUGERI, ANGELINA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 14th October,
2003 of ANGELINA MAUGERI late of Lower Burdekin Home for the Aged, Home Hill Hostel,
127 -141 Tenth Avenue, Home Hill in the State of Queensland (formerly 53 Powers Road,
Home Hill in the State of Queensland) deceased will be made by PAMELA MARIA ELTON to
the Supreme Court at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the applicant's
Solicitors within six weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by DICKINSON SIMEONI, Lawyers, 28 Seventh Street, Home Hill Qld 4806.
MAYS, ROBERT JOHN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of a copy of the will dated 1 April
2013 of ROBERT JOHN MAYS late of 13 Buderim Vista Court, Buderim, Queensland,
deceased will be made by BELINDA KATHLEEN FRANCES MAYS to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors and other persons having a claim against the estate of the deceased are required
to send particulars of their claim to the applicant's solicitor within 6 weeks from the date of
publication of this notice at the expiration of which time, pursuant to section 67 of the Trusts Act
1973 (Qld), the executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the executor has notice.
Lodged by McINNES WILSON LAWYERS, GPO Box 1089, Brisbane Qld 4001.
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MCLACHLAN, JUNE PATRICIA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 5th June, 2012 of
JUNE PATRICIA McLACHLAN late of 241 Jefferson Lane, Palm Beach, Queensland, will be
made by BARRY ALEXANDER McLACHLAN, GERALD GRAHAM McLACHLAN, WAYNE
TERRENCE McLACHLAN and FIONA MARGARET MACKIE KENNEDY 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 within 6 weeks from the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by DELANEY & DELANEY, Solicitors, Northpoint, 231 North Quay, Brisbane, Q, 4000.
MCMAHON, ANNIE ISABELLA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 10th March, 2004
of ANNIE ISABELLA McMAHON late of 289 Rode Road, Wavell Heights, Brisbane, Queensland
will be made by KERRY IRVINE McMAHON, PATRICIA MARY McMAHON and WILLIAM
TIMOTHY DELANEY 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 within 6 weeks from the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by DELANEY & DELANEY, Solicitors, Northpoint, 231 North Quay, Brisbane, Q, 4000.
MERRETT, FIONA MARIE (also known as FIONA MAREE MERRETT)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 4 November 2013
of FIONA MARIE MERRETT (also known as FIONA MAREE MERRETT) late of 5 Bridge
Street, Muttaburra, Queensland, deceased, will be made by DAVID SIME MALCOLM, DAVID
ROBERT BRIGGS and ANDREW THORNTON 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: FOXLAW PTY LTD, Suite 10, 174 Quay Street, Rockhampton Qld 4700.
MERRITT, JOHN WILLIAM
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 21 May 2004 of
JOHN WILLIAM MERRITT late of 10 Mannetto Street, Wishart in the State of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by DAVID JOHN MERRITT and CRAIG WILLIAM MERRITT 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 Executors' solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the Executors 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 Executors will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Date of Death: 30 January 2014.
Lodged by: CARROLL FAIRON SOLICITORS PO Box 6007, Upper Mount Gravatt Qld 4122.
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MIETTINEN, HELENA INKERI
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 14 July 2010 of
HELENA INKERI MIETTINEN late of 12/527 Gold Coast Highway, Tugun, Queensland
deceased will be made by JENNI MAARO TUULIA MIETTINEN to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which
time JENNI MAARO TUULIA MIETTINEN ("the Applicant") will proceed to distribute the estate
of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which
the Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by INGWERSEN & LANSDOWN 1065 Gold Coast Highway Palm Beach Qld 4221.
MILBURN, BARRY WILLIAM
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
BARRY WILLIAM MILBURN late of 3/14-16 Curtin Street, Westcourt, Queensland, deceased
will be made by IAN WILLIAM MILBURN 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 Administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the
Administrator shall then have had notice.
Lodged by THE OFFICIAL SOLICITOR TO THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE OF QUEENSLAND of 444
Queen Street Brisbane Q 4000.
MODRZYNSKI, FREDERICK GEORGE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated the 3rd of
December, 2008, of FREDERICK GEORGE MODRZYNSKI, late of Northview Aged Care,
Glenella, in the State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by GLYNN FREDERICK
MODRZYNSKI and ALLAN PATRICK MODRZYNSKI, 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 in respect of the estate is required to
send particulars of such claim to the Personal Representative care of the Personal
Representative's Solicitors at the address below, not later than six (6) weeks from the date of
this notice. At the expiration of this time (pursuant to s67 of the Trusts Act 1973) the Personal
Representative will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled
having regard only to the claims of which the Personal Representative shall then have had
notice.
Lodged by BRESSINGTON & PARTNERS, Solicitors, 79 Bolsover Street, Rockhampton Q
4700.
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MOFFITT, RONWYNNE STEPHANIE
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: RONWYNNE STEPHANIE MOFFITT.
Last Address: Wesley Private Hospital, Auchenflower.
Address in Will: 75 Marmindie Street, Chapel Hill, Qld 4069.
Applicants: VANESSA RONWYNNE DE ANGELIS and HAMISH DOUGLAS MOFFITT.
Grant: Probate of the Will dated 20 July 2011.
Caveat: If you wish to object or to be heard upon the application, you may file a caveat in the
Supreme Court registry mentioned above at any time before the grant is made.
Creditors: All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the
applicants' solicitors within six weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which time the
said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testator among the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the said Executors shall then have had notice.
Date of Death: 8 February 2014.
Applicants’ Solicitors: GADENS LAWYERS Level 11/111 Eagle Street Brisbane Qld 4000. Attn:
JOHN McGAW.
MOORE, JEAN MAY
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 21st May, 2012
of JEAN MAY MOORE late of Murroona Gardens Care Facility, Wests Lane, Bowen in the State
of Queensland, deceased will be made by MARDI JANE MATHIESON and SARNIE LYN
EISEMANN 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 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 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.
MOORE, PHYLLIS ANNE
After fourteen (14) days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 15
June 1999 of PHYLLIS ANNE MOORE late of Gold Coast Homestead Nursing Centre, Upper
Coomera in the State of Queensland, 4209, deceased, will be made by JANE ELISSA
HENDERSON (NEE MOORE) to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
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
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 along with persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said Applicant shall then have had
notice.
Lodged by PATHWAY LEGAL PTY LTD of Shop 2, 465 Oxley Drive, Runaway Bay, Qld, 4216.
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MORGAN, HAZEL JOAN (aka HAZEL MORGAN)
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 24 March, 2011
of the late HAZEL JOAN MORGAN (aka HAZEL MORGAN) deceased of Southport Nursing
Centre, 40 William Street, Southport, Queensland, formerly of 94 The Domain, Nerang,
Queensland will be made by JANICE PEARL LE BRUN and RAE HENRY MORGAN 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: DEREK GEDDES LAWYERS, 32 Bay Street, Southport Qld 4215.
MULLER, GEORGE HENRY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 13 July 2012 of
GEORGE HENRY MULLER late of 37 Chelsea Drive, Condon (formerly of 'Maronan Station',
Cloncurry) deceased will be made by PHYLLIS ANNE MULLER to the Supreme Court of
Queensland at Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons or creditors having a claim against the estate of the deceased are hereby required
to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at
the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the 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: REES R & SYDNEY JONES Solicitors, Level 1, 55 Denham Street Rockhampton,
Qld 4700.
MURPHY, KATHLEEN MARY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 22 January 2007
of KATHLEEN MARY MURPHY late of Capricorn Gardens, 26 Magpie Avenue, Yeppoon,
Queensland, formerly of 2/27 Rockhampton Road, Yeppoon Qld 4703, deceased, will be made
by ANNE ELWYN CONDON and ROHAN BEDE MURPHY 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: MADDEN SOLICITORS 16 985 266 812 1, 11 Hill Street, Yeppoon Qld 4703.
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MURRAY, HORACE WILLIAM (also known as HORRIE WILLIAM MURRAY)
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 1 October 2003
of HORACE WILLIAM MURRAY (also known as HORRIE WILLIAM MURRAY), late of 44
Denton Street, Wishart in the State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by TRACEY
MAREE McCLUNE 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.
Date of Death: 19 January 2014.
Lodged by: CARROLL FAIRON SOLICITORS PO Box 6007, Upper Mount Gravatt Qld 4122.
MURRAY-WILCOX, GEORGE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 2 May 2007 of
GEORGE MURRAY-WILCOX late of 326 Pacific Haven Circuit, Howard in the State of
Queensland, deceased, will be made by ANTHONY JOHN PITTORINO 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: McDUFF & DANIEL LAWYERS 14 Queens Road Scarness Q 4655.
NELSON, GLADYS
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated the 26th of
September, 2005, of GLADYS NELSON, late of Bethany Nursing Home, Rockhampton, in the
State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by JOAN VOYSEY HARTH 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 in respect of the estate is required to
send particulars of such claim to the Personal Representative care of the Personal
Representative's Solicitors at the address below, not later than six (6) weeks from the date of
this notice. At the expiration of this time (pursuant to s67 of the Trusts Act 1973) the Personal
Representative will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled
having regard only to the claims of which the Personal Representative shall then have had
notice.
Lodged by BRESSINGTON & PARTNERS, Solicitors, 79 Bolsover Street, Rockhampton Qld
4700.
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OAKLEY, JAMES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 11 July, 2013 of
JAMES OAKLEY late of Unit 323, Argyle Gardens, Twyford Street, Bundaberg, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by JOYCE SMITH and ANTHONY PETER RYAN to the Supreme Court
at Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicants' solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Date of Death: 11 February, 2014.
Lodged by: PAYNE BUTLER LANG SOLICITORS 2 Targo Street, Bundaberg Qld 4670 PO Box
649, Bundaberg Qld 4670.
OLIVER, THOMAS CHARLES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 15th December,
1992 of THOMAS CHARLES OLIVER late of 148 Kennys Road, Marian deceased will be made
by EILEEN JOSEPHINE OLIVER to the Supreme Court at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors or other persons having any claim against the estate of the said Deceased are
hereby required to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's Solicitors at the address
shown 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 among the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the said Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: BARRON & ALLEN LAWYERS 214 Victoria Street Mackay Qld 4740.
O'REILLY, NORMA ROSE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated the Sixteenth
day of December 2005 of NORMA ROSE O'REILLY late of Lourdes Home for the Aged 227
Spring Street Toowoomba Queensland Deceased will be made by LEANNE KAY STEPHENS
and PETER LYLE O'REILLY to the Supreme Court of Queensland 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 hereby requested to send in particulars
of their claim to the Applicant's Solicitors WONDERLEY & HALL within six 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: WONDERLEY & HALL Solicitors 33 Neil Street Toowoomba 4350.
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PALMOS, ADONIS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
ADONIS PALMOS late of 620 Seventeen Mile Rocks Road, Jindalee, Queensland, deceased
will be made by MICHAEL PALMOS and LISA PALMOS 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.
PEACH, SYLVIA EVELYN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 25th February
1986 of SYLVIA EVELYN PEACH late of Tri-Care Stafford, 682 Rode Road, Chermside,
Brisbane, in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by DIANNE JOAN KERR &
JEANETTE FRANCES PEACH to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any person having any claim whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise must send
particulars of the person's claim to the Applicants (address 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 Applicants will distribute the Estate of the Deceased having regard only to
the claims of which the Applicants have notice.
Lodged by: DIANNE KERR & JEANETTE PEACH, 111 Abuklea St., Newmarket, Qld 4051.
PEARCE, JOYCE IVY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 24 August 2011
of JOYCE IVY PEARCE late of 141 Pacific Haven Circuit, Pacific Haven in the State of
Queensland deceased will be made by RICHARD OWEN PEARCE to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
Any person having any claim, whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, is to send
particulars of their claim to the Applicants' Solicitors named below within 6 weeks from the date
hereof at the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the
executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the persons entitled thereto
having regard only to the claims of which the executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: IAN K FRY & COMPANY, Solicitors, 136 Bay Terrace, Wynnum, Qld, 4178.
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PEDLER, JOHN FRANCIS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 2 December
2010 of JOHN FRANCIS PEDLER late of "Crystal Brook", Capella deceased will be made by
JEANETTE EVA PEDLER and GERALD JOHN PEDLER to the Supreme Court of Queensland
at Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons or creditors having a claim against the estate of the deceased are hereby required
to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at
the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Applicants will
proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having
regard only to the claims of which the said Applicants shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: REES R & SYDNEY JONES Solicitors, Level 1, 55 Denham Street Rockhampton
Qld 4700.
PERRETT, MARIE JOYCE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 16 August 1999
of MARIE JOYCE PERRETT deceased late of the Nazarene Nursing Home, 35-39 Higgs
Street, Rothwell in the State of Queensland will be made by HILARY RICHARD BEAGLEY 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 particulars of their claim to the
undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which time the said
HILARY RICHARD BEAGLEY will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the
persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said HILARY RICHARD
BEAGLEY shall then have had notice.
Lodged by RICHARDSON McGHIE SOLICITORS, Cnr Gawain Rd and Lavaine St, Bracken
Ridge Q 4017.
PETTY, WAYNE WILLIAM
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will undated of WAYNE
WILLIAM PETTY, late of 699 Mt Mee Road, Delaneys Creek in the State of Queensland,
Deceased will be made by DONNA MARIE ENGEMAN of 17 Longlands Street, East Brisbane
in the State of Queensland to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the Estate of the Deceased are hereby required to send particulars of their claim
to the Applicant's solicitors within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which
time the Applicant may proceed to distribute the assets of the Deceased amongst the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims for which the Applicant shall then have had
notice.
Date of Death: 9 February 2014.
Lodged by DALEY LAW PRACTICE PTY LTD, 12 Victor Street, Banyo, Brisbane, Queensland,
4014.
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PHELPS, IRENE MARJORIE MARY (also known as IRENE MARJORY
MARY PHELPS and also known as IRENE MARJORIE PHELPS)
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 19 March 2010
of IRENE MARJORIE MARY PHELPS (also known as IRENE MARJORY MARY PHELPS and
also known as IRENE MARJORIE PHELPS) late of 17 Shines Road, Wivenhoe Pocket in the
State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by GRAHAM MICHAEL FLYNN 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 particulars of their claim to the
Applicants' 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 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: DAVID GRANT & ASSOCIATES, Solicitors, 7 Railway Street, (PO Box 236)
Lowood Qld 4311.
PICKERING, GEORGINA LUCY
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 27 March 2003
of GEORGINA LUCY PICKERING late of Amarina Aged Care, 26 Palmer Street, Windsor but in
the Will as 1 / 27 Agnes Street, Morningside in the State of Queensland Deceased will be made
by MARK JOSEPH O'REILLY to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a Caveat in that Registry.
All creditors of the Estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's
Solicitors no later than 6 May 2014.
Lodged by: O'REILLY LILLICRAP Solicitors PO Box 41 Carina Qld 4152.
PIRHONEN, UNTO KALEVI
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 9th August, 2010
of UNTO KALEVI PIRHONEN late of Finlandia Village, 343 Cleveland-Redland Bay Road,
Thornlands in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by JUKKA PEKKA PIRHONEN
to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors and beneficiaries in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in
particulars of their claim to the undersigned within six (6) weeks of the date hereof at the
expiration of which time the said executors will proceed to distribute the estate of the testator
among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said executors
shall then have had notice.
Lodged by CRAIG RAY & ASSOCIATES 8/996 Waterworks Road The Gap 4061.
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PITTENDREIGH, COLIN JAMES FRASER
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 8th August 2012
of COLIN JAMES FRASER PITTENDREIGH late of The Prince Charles Hospital, Rode Rd,
Chermside in the State of Queensland and address in last will being 14 Speedy Street, Red Hill,
Brisbane in the State of Queensland, deceased will be made by PAULINE MAY MAIN and KAY
APPS to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors and others having a claim against the estate of the deceased are hereby required
to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned within 6 weeks from the date hereof, at
the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Applicant 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 LANG, HEMMING AND HALL SOLICITORS, Level 5 Metway Chambers, 293 Queen
Street, Brisbane Qld 4000.
POINTON, JOHN CHARLES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 25/5/2007 of
JOHN CHARLES POINTON late of 4 Marakari Crescent, Mount Coolum deceased will be made
by CHRISTINE ANN STEVENSON and ROBYNN SUSANNE WILLIAMS to the Supreme Court
at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any person having any claim whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise must send
particulars of the person's claim to the Applicant's Solicitors (identified below) not later than the
date which is 6 weeks after the date of publication of this Notice, after which date, pursuant to
section 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: GARLAND WADDINGTON, Cnr Second Ave & The Esplanade Maroochydore Qld
4558 (Solicitors for the Applicant).
POTTS, GARREN KAYLENE
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 25 October
2013 of GARREN KAYLENE POTTS late of Unit 67, Earle Haven Retirement Village, 62
Lawrence Drive, Nerang, Queensland, deceased will be made by CARLA LORRAINE PARKER
to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All Creditors of the Estate 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.
Applicants Solicitors: ADAMSON BERNAYS KYLE & JONES 3/3 Short Street (PO Box 1046)
Southport Qld 4215.
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RICHARDSON, JEAN MACKAY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 27 February 1996
and the codicil dated 15 January 2014 of JEAN MACKAY RICHARDSON late of Room 2,
Sandy Lodge, Beachwood Nursing Home, 124 Nicklin Way, Warana, Queensland deceased,
will be made by VIVIENNE MARIE GIBSON to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors, beneficiaries or persons otherwise having a claim against the estate are required
to send particulars of their claim to the Applicant's solicitors within 6 weeks of the date of
publication of this notice at the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act
1973, the Applicant will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the Applicant shall have had notice.
Lodged by GREENHALGH PICKARD SOLICITORS AND ACCOUNTANTS, PO Box 52
Buddina Qld 4575 (9 Nicklin Way, Minyama).
ROATI, REMO
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated the 20 March
1980 of REMO ROATI late of Bluehaven Lodge, Ingham but formerly of Cordelia, via Ingham,
Queensland, deceased, will be made by MADDELENA WOODS and GIUSTO LUIGI ROATI to
the Supreme Court at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Creditors Notice: All creditors in the estate of the deceased are 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: SPINA KYLE WALDON Lawyers 45 Lannercost Street, Ingham Qld 4850.
ROBERTS, PETER BARRY
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 16 January
2007 of PETER BARRY ROBERTS late of 35 Wana Street, Sunnybank, deceased, will be
made by SUE ELIZABETH BURTON to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Notice of Claim: Any Creditor, Beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect
of the Estate of the said Deceased who died on the 19 February 2014 is required to send
particulars of any such claim or claims to the Applicant's solicitors within six weeks after the
date of publication of this Notice at the expiration of which time the Executor of the Will of the
abovenamed Deceased will proceed to distribute the assets of the Deceased among the
persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the Executor shall then have
had Notice.
Lodged by: HATZIS LAWYERS 64 Pinelands Road Sunnybank Hills Qld 4109.
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ROSENSKJAR, JOHN MARTIN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 17 March 2006
of JOHN MARTIN ROSENSKJAR late of Duhig Village, 85 Seville Road, Holland Park in the
State of Queensland deceased will be made by RAYMOND LAURENCE KEARNEY 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.
SANDERS, JOSEPHINE ADRIANA (also known as JOSEPHINA ADRIANA
GERARDINA SANDERS)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 17 July 2007 of
JOSEPHINE ADRIANA SANDERS (also known as JOSEPHINA ADRIANA GERARDINA
SANDERS) late of Unit 19, Magdalene Court, 59 Main Avenue, Rainworth in the State of
Queensland, deceased will be made by CHRISTINE MAREE BALL and DAVID ANTHONY
BALL to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors of the estate are required to send particulars of their claim to the applicant's
solicitors no later than six weeks from today.
Lodged by CONNOR HUNTER LAW FIRM, 55 Tingal Road, Wynnum Qld 4178.
SARGENT, SARAH MAY (aka SADIE MAY SARGENT)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 3 December 2009
of SARAH MAY SARGENT aka SADIE MAY SARGENT late of Melody Park Aged Care, 261
Gilston Road, Nerang in the State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by IAN MAXWELL
SARGENT 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: ALLAN DICK 888LAW Level 1 17-19 Davenport Street, Southport Queensland
4215.
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SAYERS, THOMAS JAMES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated thirteenth
October 2008, of THOMAS JAMES SAYERS deceased late of RSL Care - Farnorha Retirement
Community Cairns, 257-281 Lyons Street Cairns Qld 4870 deceased will be made by ALLAN
WILLIAM SAYERS and SHIRLEY-ANN CANTON to the Supreme Court at Cairns.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any person having any claim whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise must send
particulars of the person's claim to the Applicant's (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 ALLAN WILLIAM SAYERS 43 Carnation Drive Mooroobool Qld 4870 and SHIRLEYANN CANTON 27 Jacob Close Gordonvale Qld 4865.
SCHEIWE, PAUL ROBIN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 5 July 2010 of
PAUL ROBIN SCHEIWE late of 39 Burgess Road, Laidley, Queensland formerly of 193 Millers
Road, Adare, Queensland deceased will be made by CHRISTINE ELLEN SCHEIWE 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 particulars of their claims to
MURDOCH LAWYERS, 138 Margaret Street, Toowoomba Queensland within 6 weeks of the
date of publication of this notice at the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67 of the
Trusts Act 1973, the executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the
persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the executor shall then have
had notice.
Lodged by MURDOCH LAWYERS, 138 Margaret Street, Toowoomba Qld 4350.
SCHUBACK, GEOFFREY ROBERT
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
GEOFFREY ROBERT SCHUBACK late of 198 Second Avenue Marsden in the state of
Queensland deceased will be made by AISHAH ALICIA FITZPATRICK to the Supreme Court at
Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which
time AISHAH ALICIA FITZPATRICK ("the Applicant") will proceed to distribute the estate of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the
Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by COCKBURN LEGAL of 98 Enoggera Road Newmarket Brisbane Qld 4051.
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SLOAN, NEVILLE CHARLES
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 29 November
2010 of NEVILLE CHARLES SLOAN late of Mount Isa Hospital, Mount Isa, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by ELIZABETH JAYNE FLOOD and COLIN JAMES FLOOD to the
Supreme Court at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors or others having a claim against the estate are requested to send in 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 this time, the Applicants will proceed to distribute the assets of the
estate, having regard only to the claims of which the applicants have received notice.
Lodged by: L A EVANS SOLICITOR Barkly Building 71 Camooweal Street Mount Isa Q 4825.
SMITH, BERYL IVORY
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 17 May 2005 of
BERYL IVORY SMITH late of 36 Hume Street, Mackay in the State of Queensland deceased
will be made by ALEXIS IVORY KELLAM and JANICE MAXINE MORRIS to the Supreme Court
at Townsville.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Creditors Notice: All creditors in the estate of the Deceased are hereby required to send in
particulars of their claim to the undersigned within six weeks from the date hereof, at the
expiration of which time the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testatrix
amongst the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said
Executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by MACROSSAN & AMIET, Solicitors, 55 Gordon Street, Mackay Qld 4740.
SMITH, DORIS CONSTANCE LILLIAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 27th August 2004
of DORIS CONSTANCE LILLIAN SMITH late of Girraween Aged Care, 25-39 Higgs Street,
Rothwell, Queensland, deceased will be made by LARAINE DOROTHY ESTELLE SAURIN and
TAMMY ANNE BROOKS to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are required to send in particulars of their claim to the
Applicants within six weeks from the date hereof, at the expiration of which time, pursuant to
Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the
Executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by THE OFFICIAL SOLICITOR TO THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE OF QUEENSLAND of 444
Queen Street Brisbane Q 4000.
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SMITH, LACHLAN GRAHAM
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 5 July, 2013 of
LACHLAN GRAHAM SMITH late of 21 Field Street, West Mackay, Queensland, deceased, will
be made by ALEIAH JADE SMITH to the Supreme Court at Townsville.
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 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 deceased
among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the applicant shall
then have had notice.
Lodged by: McKAYS SOLICITORS PTY LTD (ABN: 37 150 269 506), 34 Wood Street, Mackay
Qld 4740.
SMITH, ZELMA LEWIS TENNANT
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 13th September
2004 of ZELMA LEWIS TENNANT SMITH late of 1 Curlew Street, Slate Point, Queensland,
deceased will be made by VERNON MICHAEL SMITH and ZELMA ANNE JENNINGS and
EDWARD KEITH JENNINGS and JUDITH HOPE POLLARD 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.
SORDELLI, PAUL
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 8th September
2005 of PAUL SORDELLI late of Warrina Nursing Home, Innisfail, in the State of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by LYNETTE FAY SORDELLI to the Supreme Court at Cairns.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditors, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims against the estate of the
abovementioned deceased are required to send particulars of any such claim or claims to the
Applicants Solicitor within six (6) weeks of the date of the publication of this Notice, at the
expiration of which the Applicant will proceed to distribute the assets of the abovementioned
deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the
Applicant shall then have notice.
Lodged by: BRUCE K. GILLAN SOLICITOR 8 Lily Street, Innisfail PO Box 81 Innisfail Qld 4860.
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SPARROW, LESLEY MARY (also known as LESLEY SPARROW)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 4 May 2006 of
LESLEY MARY SPARROW also known as LESLEY SPARROW late of Noosa Nursing Centre,
119 Moorindil Street, Tewantin, Queensland deceased will be made by JOHN LESLIE
SPARROW and RUTH ELSIE ELLEN SPARROW to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect of the estate of
the deceased who died on 10 October 2013 is hereby required to send in particulars of their
claim or claims to KING & WOOD MALLESONS (Attention: JODIE SPARROW) at the address
stated below, within 6 weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which time, pursuant to
section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 (Qld), the executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the
executor shall then have had notice.
Lodged by: KING & WOOD MALLESONS (Attention: JODIE SPARROW), Governor Philip
Tower, 1 Farrer Place, Sydney, NSW 2000.
STAIER, JANET WOODS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 26 November
2004 of JANET WOODS STAIER late of Claremont Nursing Home, 27 Glenbrook Drive,
Nambour, deceased, will be made by IAN FREDERICK HOLMES WINDSOR to the Supreme
Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to him.
Lodged by: WINDSOR CRAIG SOLICITORS, 57 Arundell Avenue, Nambour Qld 4560.
STEPHENS, EILEEN MARGARET
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 30 December
2005 of EILEEN MARGARET STEPHENS late of Tricare Aged Care, 22 Endeavour Street,
Jindalee, Queensland, formerly of Unit 31, 18 Romulus Street, Robertson, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by MILTON THOMAS HALE and GRAHAM DOUGLAS HELMHOLD 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: STEVEN WATKINSON Westlake Professional Centre Shop 12, Cnr Westlake Drive
& Penong Street, Westlake Qld 4074.
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STEVENS, JUNE CONSTANCE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 29 May 2006 of
JUNE CONSTANCE STEVENS late of Yaralla Place Nursing Home, Yaralla Street,
Maryborough, Queensland, formerly of 12 Kidd Avenue, Maryborough, Queensland, deceased,
will be made by KENNETH RAYMOND LAMPARD 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 & 5 Torquay Road, Pialba Qld 4655.
STIFF, TERRENCE KEVIN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 22 March 2006 of
TERRENCE KEVIN STIFF late of 7 Biggs Street, Elliott Heads, Queensland, deceased, will be
made by KAREN LEE SCOTT and JEFFREY STEVEN STIFF to the Supreme Court at
Rockhampton.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
particulars of that claim to the applicant's solicitors named below within 6 weeks of the date of
this notice. At the end of that period, the applicants will distribute the assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying on Section 67 of the Trusts
Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which have been notified to them.
Lodged by: CHARLTONS LAWYERS Thorburn House 14 Quay Street, Bundaberg Qld 4670.
STRATTON, PAULA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 12 June 2013 of
PAULA STRATTON late of 58 Quirinal Crescent, Seven Hills in the State of Queensland
deceased will be made by GRAHAM MORRISS GILL to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a Caveat in that registry.
Any creditor, beneficiary or other person having any claim or claims in respect of the estate of
the deceased who died on 6 January 2014 is hereby required to send in particulars of any claim
or claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks of the date hereof at the expiration of which
time the said Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testator amongst the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the said Executor shall then have had
notice.
Applicant Solicitors: RIVERLEGAL Level 7 131 Leichhardt Street Spring Hill Qld 4000.
Note: By virtue of Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 a personal representative or trustee may,
after the date referred to in this notice, distribute the estate of the deceased having regard only
to those claims of which he then has notice.
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SUTTON, JOSEPH PATRICK
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of letters of administration on intestacy of
JOSEPH PATRICK SUTTON of 108 Salvado Drive, Pacific Pines, Queensland, deceased will
be made by MARY-LOUISE SUTTON 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 14 days from the date hereof, at the expiration of which time, pursuant to
Section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973, the Administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the
Administrator shall then have had notice.
Lodged by MARY-LOUISE SUTTON of 108 Salvado Drive Pacific Pines, Queensland.
TAKASHIMA, MASAYUKI
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 27 March 2002 of
MASAYUKI TAKASHIMA late of 2-1-3-218 Togamidai, Inzai-shi, Chiba, Japan deceased will be
made by AKIKO TAKASHIMA to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to McCULLOUGH ROBERTSON, 66 Eagle Street, Brisbane, Queensland within six (6)
weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which time, pursuant to section 67 Trusts Act
1973, the executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the testator among the persons
entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the executor shall then have had
notice.
Lodged by: McCULLOUGH ROBERTSON LAWYERS, Level 11, 66 Eagle Street, Brisbane Qld
4000.
TAYLOR, SHEILA JOSE
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 7th September
1999 of SHEILA JOSE TAYLOR late of 8 Wilkinson Crescent, Currumbin Waters, Queensland
deceased will be made by DERYCK JOHN TAYLOR and JACQUELYN LISA TOWNSON to the
Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their
claims to the undersigned within six (6) weeks from the date hereof at the expiration of which
time DERYCK JOHN TAYLOR and JACQUELYN LISA TOWNSON ("the Applicant") will
proceed to distribute the estate of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having
regard only to the claims of which the Applicant shall then have had notice.
Lodged by INGWERSEN & LANSDOWN 1065 Gold Coast Highway Palm Beach Qld 4221.
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TAYLOR, VIVIAN HAROLD
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 1 June 2012 of
VIVIAN HAROLD TAYLOR late of Forest View Hostel, Morgan Street, Childers, Queensland
deceased will be made by DAWN ANNETTE MITCHELL and GAIL LYNETTE CARCANO 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: KINGSTON & STANTON, Solicitors of 11 Crescent Street, Childers 4660.
TOWN, BRIAN JOHN
After 14 days from today an Application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 21 November
2013 of BRIAN JOHN TOWN late of 14 Walnut Street, Wynnum in the State of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by CHRISTINE ANN RALPH and STEPHEN RICHARD TOWN 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 weeks from the date of publication of this notice. By
virtue of section 67 of the Trusts Act 1973 a personal representative or trustee may, after six
weeks from the date of publication of this notice, distribute the estate of the deceased having
regard only to those claims of which the trustee then has notice.
Lodged by the Applicants' Solicitors KENNEDY SPANNER LAWYERS 156 Hume Street (PO
Box 1461) Toowoomba Q 4350.
VICKERS, IRENE CHARLOTTE
After 14 days from today an application for grant of Probate of the Will dated 2 December 2003
of IRENE CHARLOTTE VICKERS late of 19 Fern Court, Palm Lake Resort, Bethania,
Queensland deceased will be made by JOSEPH GRAHAM VICKERS 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 CARTWRIGHTS LAWYERS, "Noosa Central", Bottlebrush Avenue, Noosa Heads Q
4567 within 6 weeks of the date hereof at the expiration of which time, pursuant to Section 67
Trusts Act 1973, the Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the Testator among the
persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the Executor shall then have
had notice.
Lodged by CARTWRIGHTS LAWYERS, "Noosa Central" Bottlebrush Avenue, Noosa Heads
Qld 4567.
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WALLIS, ROY FRANCIS
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 18 June 1997 of
ROY FRANCIS WALLIS late of 1 Matthew Street, Victoria Point in the State of Queensland,
deceased, will be made by JEFFREY ROY WALLIS, RODNEY ERROLL WALLIS and
BRADLEY JOHN WALLIS 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.
Date of Death: 11 February 2014.
Lodged by: CARROLL FAIRON SOLICITORS PO Box 6007, Upper Mount Gravatt Qld 4122.
WARD, MARJORIE MAY
After 14 days from today, an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 3 September
1997 of MARJORIE MAY WARD late of Regis Grange, 25 MacGregor Drive, Birkdale in the
State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by BARRY FRANK CORLESS and DELMA
DIANNE CORLESS 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: ELLIOTT & HARVEY LAWYERS 4/1953 Logan Road, Upper Mt Gravatt Qld 4122.
WELDON, ELVA MARION
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the Will dated 18 January 1994
of ELVA MARION WELDON deceased late of Lourdes Home for the Aged, 227 Spring Street,
Toowoomba, Queensland formerly of 34 Muir Street, Toowoomba, Queensland will be made by
GENIENNE MARION WEAVER, PHILLIP COLIN WELDON and DELENA LEIGH WELDON 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: 10 January 2014.
Lodged by: GRIFFITHS PARRY LAWYERS, 10/12 Innovation Parkway, Birtinya Qld 4575.
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WEST, MARIE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 19 April 2013 of
MARIE WEST late of Tricare, Riveraine Avenue, Warana in the State of Queensland deceased
will be made by LYNDA ROBERTA SWANSTON and AVRIL STANILAND to the Supreme
Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All creditors or others having any claim against the estate of the deceased who died on 30
January 2014 are required to send particulars of their claim to the undersigned within six (6)
weeks of the date hereof, at the expiration of which, pursuant to Section 67 of the Trusts Act
1973 the applicants may distribute the estate of the deceased having regard only to those
claims of which notice has been given.
Lodged by: SWANSTON & ASSOCIATES LAWYERS 8/68 Jessica Boulevard, Minyama, Qld
4575 PO Box 256, Buddina, Qld 4575.
WHITE, CONSTANCE PEACE (also known as CONSTANCE PEACE
FRANCES WHITE)
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 13 June 2012
CONSTANCE PEACE WHITE also known as CONSTANCE PEACE FRANCES WHITE late
Greenfern Place Nursing Home, 735-741 Wembley Road, Browns Plains in the State
Queensland deceased will be made by MICHAEL KEVIN COOPER to the Supreme Court
Brisbane.
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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: MICHAEL COOPER LAWYER 34 Vanessa Boulevard, Springwood Qld 4127.
WHITELEY, ALICE DELYSIA
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: ALICE DELYSIA WHITELEY.
Last Address: 12 Colonial Drive, Lawnton in the State of Queensland.
Address in will: 12 Colonial Drive, Lawnton in the State of Queensland.
Applicants: PHILLIP CHARLES WHITELEY of 209 Beechmont Road, Advancetown in the State
of Queensland and JOHN ANTHONY WHITELEY of 228 Killaloe Road, Green Pigeon in the
State of New South Wales and RAYMOND VINCENT WHITELEY of 12 Ernest Street,
Gaythorne in the State of Queensland and ROGER WHITELEY of 12 Colonial Drive, Lawnton in
the State of Queensland and GREGORY GEORGE WHITELEY of 3 Teak Court, Albany Creek
in the State of Queensland.
Grant: Probate of the will dated 6 June 2005.
Caveat: You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Creditors: Any creditor or other person who has a claim on the estate of the deceased is
required to send particulars of that claim to the applicants' solicitors named below within 6
weeks of the date of this notice. At the end of that period, the applicant will distribute the assets
of the deceased among the person or persons entitled to those assets. In doing so, and relying
of Section 67 to the Trusts Act 1973, the applicants will have regard only to the claims which
have been notified to them.
Lodged by: ANDERSSEN & COMPANY, Solicitors 105 Alfred Street, Fortitude Valley in the
State of Queensland.
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WHYTE, MEREDITH ANNE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 23 June 1989 of
MEREDITH ANNE WHYTE late of Unit 1105, "The Village" 398 Cavendish Road Coorparoo in
the State of Queensland deceased will be made by JANET ANNE MILLER and LISA
MEREDITH PLUTA to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
All persons and creditors having a claim against the estate are required to send particulars of
their claim to the Applicants" solicitors within 6 weeks of the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by: STEPHEN GRAY of NICHOLSONS SOLICITORS Level 12, 379 Queen Street
Brisbane Qld 4000.
WILKINS, LAURENCE EDWARD
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 15 April 2005 and
codicils dated 2 August 2007 and 30 June 2009 of LAURENCE EDWARD WILKINS late of Unit
13, 410 Stanley Street, South Brisbane, Queensland deceased will be made by ROBYN
BRITTON 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 address below 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.
WILLIAMS, BERNICE ANNE
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the will dated 21 July 2005 of
BERNICE ANNE WILLIAMS Late of RSL Carrington, 16 Blairmount Street, Parkinson in the
State of Queensland and formerly of The Plains Retirement Village, 357 Underwood Road,
Eight Mile Plains in the State of Queensland, deceased, will be made by DAPHNE AILEEN
DELAHAYE and DEBORAH ANNE DALE of c/- 6/101 Bolton Street, Eight Mile Plains in the
State of Queensland, 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: McLAUGHLIN & ASSOCIATES LAWYERS PTY LTD Lawgold Chambers 18 Carol
Avenue, Springwood Qld 4127.
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WILLIAMS, DOROTHY ELLEN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated Tenth of May
2010 of DOROTHY ELLEN WILLIAMS, late of 228 Queens Parade, Brighton 4017, in the State
of Queensland, deceased, will be made by IAN KEVIN WILLIAMS and GARY NEIL WILLIAMS
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 claim on the estate of the deceased is required to send
the particulars of that claim to the applicant's address 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 IAN KEVIN WILLIAMS 2 D Buxton Drive Gracemere Qld 4702.
WODE, ELINOR ELIZABETH
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of probate of the will dated 24 January 2007
of ELINOR ELIZABETH WODE late of Tricare, Riveraine Avenue, Warana, Queensland (and
formerly of 17 Holygreen Crescent, Palmwoods), deceased, will be made by HAROLD
CHARLES WODE and JANELL ALICE MONAGHAN to the Supreme Court at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Lodged by: NORTH COAST LAW 7 Margaret Street, Palmwoods Qld 4555.
WOOLDRIDGE, JOAN
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 15 August 1988
of JOAN WOOLDRIDGE Deceased late of RSL Care Fairways, 59 Hanbury Street, Bundaberg
North, Queensland will be made by STEVEN BRIAN WOOLDRIDGE, CORALIE JOAN
PIEPER, WAYNE DOUGLAS WOOLDRIDGE and GRANT SELWYN WOOLDRIDGE 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.
WRIGLEY, GLADYS THELMA
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the Will dated 18 February
2011 of GLADYS THELMA WRIGLEY late of Moonah Nursing Home, 28 Blaker Road,
Mitchelton in the State of Queensland deceased will be made by LEE HILL 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 within six weeks from the date of publication of this notice.
Lodged by BURNS LAW, 3 Carol Avenue Springwood in the State of Queensland 4127.
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YOUNG, GLENN MAXWELL
After 14 days from today an application for a Grant of Probate of the Will dated 7 September
2008 of GLENN MAXWELL YOUNG late of 53 Camelia Avenue, Everton Hills, Queensland,
deceased, will be made by GARRY PAUL YOUNG 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.
ZERBST, FLORENCE AGNES LILLIAN
After 14 days from today an application for a grant of Probate of the will dated 5 April 2004 of
FLORENCE AGNES LILLIAN ZERBST late of Illoura Village, 24-30 Zeller Street, Chinchilla,
Queensland (formerly of 26 Birkett Street, Chinchilla, Queensland), deceased, will be made by
ROBERT JOHN ZERBST, ALAN LLOYD ZERBST, TREVOR PHILLIP ZERBST and DEANNA
FLORENCE HANCKEL to the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane.
You may object to the grant by lodging a caveat in that registry.
Any persons having a claim, whether as creditor or beneficiary or otherwise, in the estate of the
deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of such claim to SHEEHAN & CO,
Solicitors, PO Box 142 Chinchilla, Qld, 4413, 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
Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased pursuant to the Will, having
regard only to the claims of which the Executors shall then have had notice.
Lodged by SHEEHAN & CO, Solicitors, 106 Heeney Street, Chinchilla, Qld, 4413.
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Notice of intention to apply for
Admission to the legal profession
LEMMETTY, ELLI REBECCA (Formerly ELLI REBECCA CARRUTHERS)
I, ELLI REBECCA LEMMETTY (Formerly ELLI REBECCA CARRUTHERS) of 14 Pine Valley
Drive, Robina Qld 4226 and 155 Varsity Parade, Varsity Lakes Qld 4227 being a law clerk at
Smith's Lawyers and formerly a student of the Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at Bond
University, intend to apply to the Supreme Court at Brisbane on the 24th day of March 2014 to
be admitted to the legal profession under the Legal Profession Act 2007 (QId).
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
4pm on 14th March 2014.
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