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Renunciation Of Right To Administration And-Or Nomination 302ES - South Carolina

Renunciation Of Right To Administration And-Or Nomination Form. This is a South Carolina form and can be used in Probate Court Statewide .
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF _____________________________ IN THE MATTER OF: ________________________________________ (Decedent) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) IN THE PROBATE COURT RENUNCIATION OF RIGHT TO ADMINISTRATION AND/OR NOMINATION AND/OR WAIVER OF BOND CASE NUMBER: __________________________________ By renouncing my right to serve as Personal Representative, I am informing the Court that I do not want to be the Personal Representative to administer the estate. I am not giving up any interest in the estate or inheritance rights by signing this document. The undersigned hereby (check all that apply): renounces his/her right to serve as Personal Representative of the above-captioned estate. renounces his/her right to serve as Personal Representative of the above-captioned estate so long as the following nominee serves as Personal Representative: Name: Address: agrees to waive bond for the person(s) nominated above. I understand this is effective only to the extent the law allows for nomination and waiver of bond. Executed this _____ day of ________________________, 20_____. SWORN to before me this ________ day of _____________________________, 20____ Notary Public for South Carolina My commission expires: _______________ Signature: Print Name: Address: Telephone (Work): (Home): (Cell): Email: Relationship to Decedent/Estate: FORM #302ES (1/2014) 62-3-203, 62-3-603 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com
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