special administrator

Definition of "special administrator"
  1. A person appointed by a court to manage a specific part of an estate during probate or to protect a deceased person's property temporarily or during a legal dispute
How to use "special administrator" in a sentence
  1. The court assigned a special administrator to manage the valuable art collection while the estate was in probate.
  2. During the will dispute, a special administrator was put in place to maintain the deceased person's property.
  3. The special administrator was responsible for keeping the assets safe during the investigation into the executor's qualifications.

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