Executor/executrix or private consultant [PR] – particular person named to administer the property, usually topic to the supervision of the probate courtroom, in accordance with the testator’s wishes in the will. In most cases, the testator will nominate an executor/PR in the will except that particular person is unable or unwilling to serve. In some cases a literary executor may be appointed to handle a literary property. Administrator – individual appointed or who petitions to manage an estate in an intestate succession.
Court action that stops an equivalent lawsuit from being filed later. Money that a defendant pays a plaintiff in a civil case if the plaintiff has gained. Damages could also be compensatory (for loss or harm) or punitive (to punish and deter future misconduct). A particular person to whom or enterprise to which the debtor owes money or that claims to be owed cash by the debtor. A person appointed in a Chapter 7 case to symbolize the pursuits of the chapter estate and the creditors.
Black’s Law Dictionary – Editions 1-9
In Camera Inspection. Judge’s non-public inspection of a document prior to his or her ruling on its admissibility or use at trial.
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