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executor

Law a person appointed by a testator to carry out the wishes expressed in his will
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By the middle of the 20th century, by no means all authors and institutions shared an appreciation of the continued application of CDA, even in the restricted locale of executorship accounting [Hay, 1956; Todd, 1966].
STEP members come from the legal, accountancy, corporate trust, banking, insurance and related professions, and are involved at all levels in the planning, creation and management of, and accounting for, trusts and estates, executorship and related taxes.
He commences the executorship of his friend Danby's will and establishes all of Danby's children in trade and marriage.
Most importantly, get some good advice that makes sense on estate planning, will writing, executorship and trust services to help minimise your income and inheritance tax liability.
16) Holburne Archive, Letter, 1820-21, from Sir William at Harewood to his mother, Lady Holburne, in Bath; 1829 from Sir William to Miss Sophia Holburne re Lord Harewood's executorship of Lady Holburne's estate.
To wom it may concern I do herebyrenounce my Executorship [Unsigned]