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Caution shall not be required to be found by
[F1(a)an executor–nominate; or
(b)an intestate’s spouse who shall be executor–dative and has right, by virtue of sections 8 and 9(2) of the Succession (Scotland) Act 1964, to the whole estate.
In]all other cases the court granting confirmation shall fix the amount of the sum for which caution shall be found by the person or persons to whom confirmation shall be granted, not exceeding the amount confirmed.
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