The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 79
The Charges of Administration are fixed on the lowest possible scale, as the Office is not run for profit, but seeks to be merely self-supporting. There is a well-equipped legal staff which does, without cost, nearly all the legal work connected with estates: for example, no charge is made for obtaining PROBATE or ADMINISTRATION, or for passing STAMP ACCOUNTS, or for advising on the numberless questions that are continually arising in the course of Administration. Speaking generally, it may be said that no law costs are charged except in proceedings before the Court.
For Full Particulars apply to THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE, Wellington, or to any of the Local Deputy Public Trustees, Distric Managers, or Agents in New Zealand.