executry

executry

(ɪɡˈzɛkjʊtrɪ)
n, pl -ries
the office or activities of an executor; an executorshipthe estate of a deceased person
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If need be, ask the solicitor handling the executry to write to the kitchen firm.
JHS LAW PARALEGAL/SECRETARY The law firm are looking to fill a vacancy in their executry department for a full-time paralegal/ secretary.
Yesterday one leading executry lawyer described Dewar's legacy as "astonishing".
He was also found to have grossly overcharged executry fees, including a case where he charged PS12,500 when auditors said it should have been PS4338.
Scottish Conveyancing and Executry Services Board, the Ancient Monuments Board for Scotland, The Historic Buildings Council for Scotland, the Scottish Medical Practices Committee and the Scottish Hospital Trust will be abolished.
Abertay say their BA (Hons) Law is accredited by the Scottish Conveyancing and Executry Services Board.
Among those bodies to be abolished are the Scottish Conveyancing and Executry Services Board and the Scottish Standing Committee for the Calculation of residual Values of Fertilisers and Feeding Stuffs.
If the property is the only sizeable part of the estate, then all the costs of the executry would also have to be deducted before a share-out takes place.
I note the letter you received from the solicitor acting for the executor refuses to let you see a copy of the executry account, and not the will.