Executor's Deed?

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An executor's deed is a legal document conveying real property from a decedent's estate to a buyer. An executor can do this only if the will gave him this authority or if a court of law grants him/her this authority.
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An executor's deed is a deed executed by the executor of an estate when the executor conveys the real estate owned by the decedent. The executor must have the authority to convey.
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An executors deed is a deed executed (signed) by the executor of the estate and the new owners serving to transfer ownership of the house, but the executor cannot provide this until
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You can either leave the CFD properties in probate, allow the people to merley keep paying estate for their payments, till they are paid off, or you evict them for non payment. Or
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This is unusual, but not necessarily wrong. First, the Executor is entitled to a fee, and I suppose the court could have approved a transfer of the property in satisfaction of the
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