I have purchased a digital PDF (by the UK Government Online Probate Search Service) of both a Will and Grant.
I believe them to be official transcripts and the database "Find my will" provides the option to (pay-for-images) of the document.
The PDF's are available for viewing for 31 days from the date of downloading the first copy and then they get removed from my account.
I'm new to "Evidence Explained" and unsure on how to write the citation for this. Is it possible to walk me through it?
Curtis, we can walk through…
Curtis, we can walk through it, of course. But we have to have specifics to work with. Would you, as a starting point, create a citation for this UK probate record, accessed via a specific website. (EE has both QuickCheck Models and a discussion with more examples at 11.50.) Providing SnagIts from the website and an image of the document or any instruction that accompanied the PDF would also help.
Once we have something concrete to work with, then we can work through any issues you have with the basic citation and discuss how to deal with the restriction that is placed upon it.
Curtis, there is indeed much…
Curtis, there is indeed much on this site to work through. For most topics, using the search box and key words will bring up quite a few hits. Have you seen the English wills and probate discussion at https://www.evidenceexplained.com/content/citing-english-wills-and-probate-documents ?