administratrix


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ad•min•is•tra•trix

(ædˌmɪn əˈstreɪ trɪks)

n., pl. -is•tra•tri•ces (-əˈstreɪ trəˌsiz, -ə strəˈtraɪ siz)
Law.
a woman who is an administrator.
[1620–30; < Medieval Latin]
usage: See -trix.
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administratrix

n pl <administratrices> (Jur) → Nachlassverwalterin f
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All his available assets were the two thousand pounds for which his life was insured, and which were left equally between his beloved "sister Amelia, wife of, &c., and his friend and invaluable attendant during sickness, Rebecca, wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Rawdon Crawley, C.B.," who was appointed administratrix.
The first cause of action is for judicial appointment of Linda as administratrix of the conjugal properties from her marriage with Tito.
(12) Consequently, the Administratrix was sent on to Sydney, Nova Scotia, where the huskies were transferred to a local vessel bound for Montreal.
2014, admitted to Probate as the Last Will and Testament of the above-named decedet and the undersigned has been appointed Administratrix with Will Annexed Contest ot the probate of the Will can be effected only by tiling a Petition within the time provided by law
The administratrix of the estate of a mental health patient brought an action against various public officials and health professionals, alleging shortcomings in the way the medical professionals responded after the patient hanged herself while a patient at the facility.
entitled to the status of next of kin of the decedent and [the plaintiff] qualified for appointment as administratrix of her father's estate.
Opening: "A memorandum of agreement, made the 28th day of December, 1932, between Frieda Lawrence, administratrix of the estate of David Herbert Lawrence, and the Viking Press, Inc., New York, contains the following paragraph."
0CASE FACTS: On January 16,2008, Irene Henik, individually and as administratrix of the estate of Jozeile Henik, filed a wrongful death suit.
On or about December 13,2007, the decedent's husband filed suit individually and as administratrix of the decedent's estate, against, among others, Dr.
ceased, and now is become of Concearnment into Mrs Elizabeth Overzee as Successour and Administratrix to the said Mr Overzee her deceased husband for pacifying ordering and ending whereof Mr John Bateman and Mr Henry Meese Marchants were mutually chossen by the aforesaid parties Mr Augustine Herman and Mrs Elizabeth Overzee to arbitrat and deside the Controversies aforesaid in Case they had agreed therein, but the said Arbitrators differing in their Judgments about the said buisnes the said Mr Augustine Herman and Mrs Elizabeth Overzee have bound themselves each to other in a Bond of One thowsand pounds sterling to stand also to the Umpiradge and award of Robert Slye aforesaid as by the said Obligations and Conditions doth and may at large appeare.
If there is no will, the court appoints an administrator (male) or administratrix (female) and provides them with letters of administration.
In Bennett, the plaintiff acted as the Administratrix of her mother's estate and brought a medical negligence action.