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About The Gazette

The London Gazette,
PO Box 3584,

Celebrating its 350th birthday in 2015, The Gazette is the UK’s first official journal of record and the newspaper of the Crown. The Gazette has recently undergone a digital transformation that has helped to reinforce it as a single authoritative source of enriched information that is accessible to all.

The Gazette is an important tool for wills and probate professionals, facilitating the placing of deceased estate notices in the public domain.

After an executor or trustee has received grant of representation, it is recommended that they place a statutory advertisement (under the Trustee Act 1925 for England, or the Trustee Act 1958 in Northern Ireland) in The Gazette to ensure that sufficient effort has been made to locate creditors prior to distributing the estate.

The submission process for deceased estate notices is now fully digitised, ensuring that The Gazette remains relevant for the legal sector now and in the future. The new and improved platform makes the process far quicker and easier, while retaining all the benefits of notice placement and as a professional working in the legal sector you are not required to send us any supporting documents in order to place your notice.

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