Found 7 articles in the category of "Executor":


How Many Personal Representatives Can There Be At Any One Time?

There can be a maximum of four Personal Representatives at any one time.

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What Happens When Executors / Administrators Breach Their Duties?

If the executors / administrators breach their duties, they can be sued by the beneficiaries.

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What Are The Duties Of Executors / Administrators?

Executors / Administrators have a duty to the beneficiaries of the estate of the deceased and should not take their duties lightly.

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What Can I Do If I Do Not Want to Be the Executor?

The testator (i.e. deceased person who left a Will) cannot compel you to be the Executor.

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What Does A Valid Will Need To Contain?

You will run into difficulties extracting the Grant of Probate if the Will has defects.

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Who Can Apply For The Grant Of Probate?

Only the Executor (or Executors, as the case may be) can apply for the Grant of Probate.

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When Do You Need a Grant of Probate?

A person who passes away leaving a Will is said to have died “testate”. When a person dies testate, a Grant of Probate is required to administer the deceased person’s estate.

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