1 LAWS OF GUYANA 3 CHAPTER 13:01 PUBLIC TRUSTEE ACT ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS SECTION 1. Short title. 2. Interpretation. APPOINTMENT OF PUBLIC TRUSTEE 3. Office. 4. Official Receiver to be till other appointment made. POWERS AND DUTIES OF PUBLIC TRUSTEE 5. General powers and duties. (1) In the administration of estates 6. Administration of estates. 7. Appointment as executor. (2) As Executor (3) As Guardian, or Committee, or Receiver 8. As guardian and committee. (4) In the Administration of Absentee s Estates 9. Creditor may apply to to administer estate of absentee. 10. Absentee to be communicated with if possible. 11. Proceedings on taking possession of estate of absent owner. L.R.O. 3/1998
2 4 LAWS OF GUYANA FINANCIAL PROVISIONS 12. General revenue chargeable with liability incurred by Public Trustee. 13. (1) Publication of list of moneys unclaimed for six months. (3) Right of persons to moneys paid to Accountant General barred. (4) Moneys paid to Accountant General under Indian Labour Act. 14. (1) Moneys received by to be paid into bank. (2) Payments to be made as directed by the Minister. 15. Sales at public auction. SUPPLEMENTAL PROVISIONS 16. Appeal to the Court. 17. Powers of. 18. Rules Ed. c Ed. c of 1910 CHAPTER 13:01 PUBLIC TRUSTEE ACT An Act to provide for the appointment of a. [10TH SEPTEMBER, 1910] Short title. Interpretation. 1. This Act may be cited as the Act. 2. In this Act Court means the High Court or any judge thereof; estate includes every description of movable and immovable property, goods, chattels, money, securities for money, and all writings relating to or evidencing any right or title to any property, and all rights of action and claims;
3 LAWS OF GUYANA 5 private executor or administrator means an executor or administrator other than the ; private guardian or committee, or receiver means a guardian or committee, or receiver, other than the ; trust includes every case where any person acts as executor, guardian, committee, administrator, receiver, or sequestrator, and every case where any person is appointed by the Court, or under any Act, to administer the property of another person for his benefit; will has the same meaning as in the Wills Act. c. 12:02 APPOINTMENT OF PUBLIC TRUSTEE 3. (1) There shall be a for the purposes of this Act. Office. (2) The shall be a body corporate under that name with perpetual succession, and may sue and be sued thereunder. 4. Unless and until some person is appointed to be the Public Trustee, the Official Receiver appointed under the Official Receiver Act shall be the, and anyone lawfully discharging the duties of Official Receiver under that Act, shall have all the rights, powers and liabilities, and may discharge any of the duties, of the Public Trustee. Official Receiver to be till other appointment made. c. 12:22 POWERS AND DUTIES OF PUBLIC TRUSTEE 5. (1) Subject to and in accordance with this Act, the may, if he thinks fit (a) act in the administration of the estates of deceased persons; (b) act as executor or administrator of a will; (c) act as guardian or committee, or receiver, of the property of any infant or other person under disability, as the case may be; and General powers and duties. L.R.O. 3/1998
4 6 LAWS OF GUYANA (d) take possession of and administer the estate of any person who is absent from Guyana and who is not fully represented by any attorney in Guyana, and who has left debts unpaid. (2) Subject to this Act, the may act either alone or jointly with any person or body of persons in any capacity to which he may be appointed in pursuance of this Act, and shall have all the same powers, duties and liabilities, and be entitled to the same rights and immunities and be subject to the control and orders of the Court, as a private person acting in the same capacity. (3) The may decline, either absolutely or except on the prescribed conditions, to accept any trust, but he shall not decline to accept a trust on the ground only of the small value of the trust property. (4) The shall not accept any trust which involves the management or carrying on of any business, except when acting under section 11, or except in the cases in which he may be authorised to do so by rules made hereunder, or any trust under a deed of arrangement for the benefit of creditors. (1) In the administration of estates Administration of estates. 6. (1) Anyone, who, in the opinion of the, would be entitled to apply to the Court for the appointment of an administrator of the estate of a deceased person, may apply to the to administer the estate, and the shall administer the estate, unless he sees good reason for refusing to do so. (2) On the undertaking by declaration in writing, signed by him and deposited in the Deeds Registry to administer the estate, he shall have the same power as if he had been appointed by a last will of the deceased person to be executor.
5 LAWS OF GUYANA 7 (3) For the purposes of the administration the may exercise those administrative powers and authorities of the High Court which may be conferred upon him by rules under this Act, subject to the conditions imposed by the rules. (4) Rules shall be made under this Act for enabling the Public Trustee to take the opinion of the Court on any question arising in the course of any administration without judicial proceedings, and otherwise for making the procedure under this section simple and inexpensive. (5) Where proceedings have been instituted in any court for the administration of an estate, and by reason of the small value of the estate, it appears to the Court that the estate can be more economically administered by the than by any other person, or that for any other reason it is expedient that the estate should be administered by him instead of by any other person, the Court may order that the estate shall be administered by him, and thereupon (subject to any directions by the Court) this section shall apply as if the administration of the estate had been undertaken by him in pursuance of this section. (2) As Executor 7. The, by that name or any other sufficient description, may be appointed executor of a will by the testator, in the same manner as if he were a private executor and in that case he shall have the same powers as if he were a private executor. Appointment as executor. (3) As Guardian, or Committee, or Receiver 8. The may, by that name or any other sufficient description, be appointed by will or by order of the Court guardian, or committee, or receiver, of the property of any infant or other person under disability, in the same manner as if he were a private person and in those cases he shall have the same powers as if he were a private guardian, or committee, or receiver. As guardian and committee. L.R.O. 3/1998
6 8 LAWS OF GUYANA (4) In the Administration of Absentee s Estates Creditor may apply to to administer estate of absentee. Absentee to be communicated with if possible. Proceedings on taking possession of estate of absent owner. 9. (1) Any creditor of a person absent from Guyana and not represented by any attorney in Guyana appointed under a duly registered power of attorney, may apply to the to take possession of and administer the estate of the absent person. (2) Upon the application being made, and upon the being satisfied that the person is so absent and unrepresented as aforesaid, and that the applicant is bona fide his creditor, the Public Trustee may take possession of the estate; but the shall not take possession of the estate unless he is satisfied that the assets thereof are probably sufficient to defray the cost of taking possession thereof and administering it. 10. The before taking possession under this Act of the property of an absent person who is known and with whom he can communicate, shall communicate in writing with that person, and shall not interfere, except in case of an emergency which in his opinion makes it necessary to take possession of the estate for the protection of the creditors of the absentee, and in that case he shall take immediate possession. 11. (1) Where the takes possession of the estate or property of the absent person, he shall give immediate intimation thereof by notice published in the Gazette and in one newspaper at least three times, with an interval of a week between each publication. (2) The shall use due diligence to ascertain where the absent person is and his place of residence and address, and, if they can be ascertained, shall use due diligence to inform him that the Public Trustee has so taken possession, and shall require him to appoint an attorney in Guyana to represent his interests. (3) Where the place of residence and address of the person cannot be ascertained, the shall apply to the Court for directions.
7 LAWS OF GUYANA 9 (4) Where the person refuses or neglects, without sufficient cause, to appoint an attorney in Guyana within a reasonable time after being required to do so, the shall apply to the Court for directions. (5) Where the applies to the Court under this section, the Court, if satisfied (a) that the place of residence and address of the person cannot be ascertained; or (b) that he has been afforded sufficient opportunity to enable him to appoint an attorney in Guyana and neglects to do so, shall direct that the estate or property shall be forthwith realised, and after the expiration of the time fixed by the Court the shall deal with the proceeds and distribute them amongst the creditors of the person in the same manner as if he had been adjudged insolvent. (6) Where the Court is not so satisfied, or where the person is under any disability, the Court shall give any directions the circumstances may require. (7) Until the receives directions from the Court, he shall administer the estate or property according to the usual legal course of administration in Guyana by attorneys of absent parties: Provided that, where it appears that the owner has committed an act of insolvency or that the claims on the estate exceed the assets, the shall forthwith apply to the Court, and the Court, if satisfied of the fact, shall thereupon adjudge the estate to be insolvent, and it shall then be administered not under this Act but under, and in accordance with, the Insolvency Act as if the owner thereof had been adjudged insolvent. c. 12:21 L.R.O. 3/1998
8 10 LAWS OF GUYANA FINANCIAL PROVISIONS General revenue chargeable with liability incurred by. 12. (1) The State shall be liable to make good all sums required to discharge any liability which the, if he were a private trustee, executor, or administrator, would be personally liable to discharge, except where the liability is one to which neither he nor any of his officers has in any way contributed, and which neither he nor any of his officers could, by the exercise of reasonable diligence, have averted, and in that case the shall not, nor shall the State, be subject to any liability. (2) All sums payable in pursuance of this section are hereby charged on and shall be paid out of the Consolidated Fund. Publication of list of moneys unclaimed for six months. 13. (1) The shall, in the months of February and August in each year, prepare and publish a list of all moneys in his hands which have been unclaimed for six months and upwards, and shall publish therewith a notice calling on all persons desiring to claim any of those moneys to establish their claim within five years from the date when the moneys came into the hands of the, and that date shall be expressed and set forth in the notice. (2) If no claim to any of the moneys is made and established with the time specified, they shall be paid to the Accountant General. Right of persons to moneys paid to Accountant General barred. (3) All moneys paid over by the to the Accountant General, as provided by this section, shall become the property of the State and all right, title, and interest of every person in and to them shall be barred: Provided that nothing herein contained shall be construed as in any way affecting the power of the National Assembly to authorise the payment of any sum of money paid over to the Accountant General under this Act to anyone whom they may consider to have an equitable claim thereto, notwithstanding that all claims to payment of the money may be barred in law.
9 LAWS OF GUYANA 11 (4) The last preceding subsection shall apply to all moneys paid over by the Official Receiver to the Accountant General under section 229 of the Indian Labour Act, and which remain unclaimed for five years. 14. (1) All moneys received by the or Official Receiver on behalf of any trusts or estates administered by him, or received from an assignee in insolvency, shall, as soon after the receipt thereof as is practicable, be paid into the bank or banks from time to time directed by the Minister responsible for finance. (2) All payments by the or Official Receiver of those moneys shall be made in the manner from time to time directed by the Minister responsible for finance in general instructions or regulations. 15. (1) Where it becomes necessary to sell at public auction any property belonging to an estate, trust, or company, which is being administered by the Official Receiver or under any Act other than an Act relating to insolvency, the property may be sold by the Official Receiver or personally, or by any officer or clerk of his department authorised by him. Moneys paid to Accountant General under Indian Labour Act. c. 98:02 Moneys received by to be paid into bank. Payments to be made as directed by the Minister. Sales at public auction. (2) The Official Receiver and may charge a commission of three per cent on the proceeds of the sale. SUPPLEMENTAL PROVISIONS 16. (1) A person aggrieved by any act or omission or decision of the in relation to any trust or administration may apply to the Court, and the Court may make any order in the matter it thinks just. Appeal to the Court. (2) Subject to rules of court, an application under this section shall be made to a judge in chambers. 17. (1) The shall not, nor shall any of his officers, act under this Act for reward, except as hereby provided. Powers of. L.R.O. 3/1998
10 12 LAWS OF GUYANA (2) The, subject to the rules made under this Act, may employ for the purposes of any trust or administration the solicitors, bankers, accountants, and brokers, or other persons, whom he considers necessary. (3) Where a bond or security would be required from a private individual upon the grant to him of administration, or upon his appointment to act in any capacity, the, if administration is granted to him, or if he is appointed to act in that capacity, shall not be required to give bond or security, but shall be subject to the same liabilities and duties as if he had done so. (4) The entry of the by that name in the books of a company shall not constitute notice of a trust, and a company shall not be entitled to object to enter the name of the on its books by reason only that the is a corporation, and in dealings with property the fact that the person or one of the persons dealt with is the shall not of itself constitute notice of a trust. RULES Rules. 18. Subject to negative resolution of the National Assembly, the Minister shall make rules for carrying into effect the objects of this Act, and in particular for all or any of the following purposes: (a) prescribing the trusts, administrations, or duties the is authorised to accept or undertake, and the security, if any, to be given by him and his officers; (b) the transfer to and from him of any property; (c) the accounts to be kept and an audit thereof; (d) the establishment and regulation of any branch office; (e) excluding any trusts or administrations from the operation of this Act, or any part thereof; (f) the form and manner in which notices under this Act shall be given; and (g) the fees, whether by way of percentage or otherwise, to be charged in respect of the duties of the.
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