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administrator

1. Property law a person authorized to manage an estate, esp when the owner has died intestate or without having appointed executors
2. a person who manages a computer system

administrator

A person responsible for managing a computer or network and who has full access to the hardware and software. Users are generally the administrators of their own computers, because fresh out of the box, whoever sets up the machine can create administrator privileges for the user.

If the machines are company owned, users are given fewer privileges. For example, they cannot change certain permissions or internal files. See root level, privilege and access rights.

There Are Different Kinds of Administrators
In an organization's IT department, technicians often have administrator titles. See data administrator, database administrator, network administrator and system administrator.
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This Inventory of the Estate of Asser Levy Deceased being presented in Court by Maria Levy his Widdow & Administratrix who declared upon oath ytThe same was a true and perfect Inventory of all the Singular ye goods Chattles & Creditts of the Deceased that she knows off or is come to her hands the same was allowed of & ordered to be Recorded w(hic)h & is accordingly Done.
ESTATE OF ESTHER ELIZABETH FRIZZELL, DECEASED ELLEN REID, Administratrix with Will Annexed c/o T.
The administratrix of the estate of an inmate who died after developing bacterial pneumonia while pregnant brought a [section] 1983 action against a county, jail health services, and various officials and employees of county jail, alleging they ignored her serious medical problems.
The administratrix of Kevin Coombes's estate sued Dr.
In one case, a court held an administratrix responsible for the actions of her attorney where she had surrendered all her duties to the attorney and exercised no effective supervision whatsoever over his activities.
Further, the administratrix of the deceased woman's estate believed that the man who had killed the policyholder had acted as her translator when she purchased the policy--and had her name a non-existent person, which the administratrix alleged was really just a pseudonym for the translator--as the beneficiary.
Mrs Jones, who now lives in southeast London, sued for damages in her own right and also as widow and administratrix of the estate of her late husband.
One of the first cases to discuss a more modern view was Ballard's Administratrix v.
An instrument dated June 6, 2004, was, on the 23rd day at January, 2014, admitted to Probate as the Last Will and Testament of the above-named decedent and he undersigned has been appointed Administratrix with Will Annexed.
Harrison negligent and awarded damages to Julia's administratrix, Cathy Vice, in the amount of $250,000.
Accordingly, the court ruled that the Administratrix of the decedent's estate could have no more right to avoid mandatory binding arbitration than the decedent would have had, if he survived.
On June 13, 2005, Virginia Natoli, as administratrix of her father's estate, filed a wrongful death and survivorship suit against the hospital, EMP and Dr.