Court orders children, common-law wife to make joint bid to administer Henry Greene estate

Acting Chief Justice Ian Chang on Friday ordered two children and the common-law wife of late former Commissioner of Police Henry Greene to make a joint application for a grant of Letters of Administration of his estate.

Chang also ruled that the estate be administered within three months of the grant of Letters of Administration.

The ruling was based on applications to the court by Troy Henry Greene and Shelda Oneka Greene to dismiss an application for the grant of Letters of Administration by the former commissioner’s common-law wife, Gail Stoll. The siblings asked the court to either appoint them as administrators …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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