[F130In a case in which no person is entitled to notice of intention to appoint under paragraph 26(1) (and paragraph 28 therefore does not apply)—E+W+S
(a)the statutory declaration accompanying the notice of appointment must include the statements and information required under paragraph 27(2), and
(b)paragraph 29(2)(c) shall not apply.]
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