Highlight the circumstances under which a grant of representation may be revoked as provided for under the Law of Succession Act (Cap. 160) Laws of Kenya

• The proceedings to obtain the grant were defective in substance.

• The grant was obtained fraudulently making false statements or concealment of something material to the case.

• The grant was obtained means of an untrue allegation of facts.

• The person to whom it was granted has failed to apply for its confirmation within one year or such longer period as may be allowed even after notice.

• The person to whom it was granted has failed to proceed diligently with the administration of the estate after due notice and without reasonable cause.

• The person to whom it was granted has failed to produce to the court any inventory or account of administration as required law.

• The person to whom the grant was made has produced to the court any inventory or account of administration which is false in any material particular.

• The grant has become useless and inoperative through subsequent circumstances.



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