Form A3C secondary or subsequent grant of representation (de bonis non grant)
A secondary or subsequent grant may be required in some circumstances after probate or Letters of Administration have been granted. For instance, if the personal representative has died, a new executor or administrator must be appointed to complete the administration of the estate.
How to apply
Since 14 September 2020, an application for a secondary or subsequent (de bonis non) grant is made online. Use the online Statement of Affairs (Probate) Form SA.2 through myAccount or Revenue Online Service ROS. Please see the Guide to completing Statement of Affairs (Probate) for more information.
Once your application is successfully submitted, a Notice of Acknowledgement (Probate) will auto-generate to your myAccount or ROS inbox. You must present this notice and all relevant documents to the Probate Office to request a second or subsequent grant.
Non e-enabled customers
If you are non e-enabled, contact the National Capital Acquisitions Tax (CAT) Unit to request a paper copy of Form A3C. Once completed, you will be required to return this to the CAT Unit for processing. A Notice of Acknowledgement (Probate) will issue to the applicant, to be submitted to the Probate Office.
De bonis non grant - 1 April 1975 to 4 December 2001
A grant of probate may have been issued between 1 April 1975 and 4 December 2001. If so, you should complete the older version of the Form A3C if you require secondary or subsequent (de bonis non) grant. This form should be completed in duplicate and returned to the National Capital Acquisitions Tax (CAT) Unit.