Saskatchewan Probate Records

From FamilySearch Wiki

(Difference between revisions)
m
m
Line 1: Line 1:
There is no central repository for probate records in [[Portal:Saskatchewan|Saskatchewan]]. The province is divided into fifteen judicial districts (see [[Saskatchewan Court Records|Saskatchewan Court Records]]). Original wills and records of estates are filed with the clerk of the court of the judicial district, from whom certified copies may be obtained. A central index of all grants made in wills is filed with the Registrar of Estates and Wills, Regina Courthouse (see [[Saskatchewan_Archives_and_Libraries|Saskatchewan Archives and Libraries]] for the address). <!-- Tidy found serious XHTML errors -->
+
There is no central repository for probate records in [[Portal:Saskatchewan|Saskatchewan]]. The province is divided into fifteen judicial districts (see [[Saskatchewan Court Records|Saskatchewan Court Records]]). Original wills and records of estates are filed with the clerk of the court of the judicial district, from whom certified copies may be obtained. A central index of all grants made in wills is filed with the Registrar of Estates and Wills, Regina Courthouse (see [[Saskatchewan_Archives_and_Libraries|Saskatchewan Archives and Libraries]] for the address).
<!-- Tidy found serious XHTML errors -->
+
 
 
[[Category:Saskatchewan]]
 
[[Category:Saskatchewan]]

Revision as of 15:18, 6 September 2008

There is no central repository for probate records in Saskatchewan. The province is divided into fifteen judicial districts (see Saskatchewan Court Records). Original wills and records of estates are filed with the clerk of the court of the judicial district, from whom certified copies may be obtained. A central index of all grants made in wills is filed with the Registrar of Estates and Wills, Regina Courthouse (see Saskatchewan Archives and Libraries for the address).