Noun(1) a person appointed by a testator to carry out the terms of the will
(1) The ISR rehearsal is led by the ISR executor and should be attended by brigade key leaders and a knowledgeable representative from every unit in the brigade.(2) Becoming aware of itself, the self also discovers that it is not really its own, but is rather the involuntary executor of cosmic designs.(3) Record-keeping guidelines set by state law, as well as by APA's Ethics Code, should be followed by the professional executor .(4) Rather than conducting a regular probate where an executor is appointed and letters testamentary are issued by the court, it sounds like you can probate her will as a Muniment of Title.(5) They believe that the governor is the primary executor of this agreement, and that's why they went after him.(6) Hugh appointed him an executor of his will(7) The problem in modern times usually does not arise because most testators who have infant children appoint an executor and also appoint the executor guardian.(8) He can certainly be appointed as executor of an estate by a testator who nominates him as such in a will.(9) Chen must act like a CEO who insists on tough discipline among his team, for the partially reorganized Cabinet acts as his policy executor .(10) But Moscow didn't want to discover the executor of the contract, being afraid that the USA would apply sanctions against RPSAM.(11) Beginning in 2010, the regulations will allow an executor or a personal representative of an estate to adjust the cost basis of assets acquired by the estate's beneficiaries.(12) Under the terms of clause 3 he must be appointed by the executors , and I propose to make orders reinstituting this procedure which the testator laid down rather than ordering an inquiry.(13) And they are not actors, but executors of a real and serious political strategy.(14) That is what they are doing - the executory promises had to be discharged as indicated in the various provisions we have been referring to.(15) However, it should be noted the sample population was quite small and was skewed toward installation commanders, the executors of current outsourcing policies.(16) Where a contract has once come into existence, even the expression ├ö├ç├┐to be agreed├ö├ç├û in relation to future executory obligations is not necessarily fatal to its continued existence.
1. executor ::
2. executant ::
3. trustee ::
4. testator ::
5. custodian ::
6. guardian ::
7. administrator ::
9. secretary ::
11. journalist ::
12. executive ::
Different Formsexecutor, executors
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