Letters-of-administration



plural noun, Law.
1.
an instrument issued by a court or public official authorizing an administrator to take control of and dispose of the estate of a deceased person.
plural noun
1.
(law) a formal document nominating a specified person to take over, administer, and dispose of an estate when there is no executor to carry out the testator’s will

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