administration cum testamento annexo

The administration of the estate of a decedent who left a will which did not Dame an executor, or which named one or more who will not or cannot qualify. Fidelity & C. Co. v Freeman (CA6 Tenn) 109 F 847. administration de bonis non.'The administration of a decedent's estate by an administrator de bonis non.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • cum testamento annexo — With the will annexed. See administration cum testamento annexo; administrator cum testamento annexo; administrator de bonis non cum testamento annexo …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • administration de bonis non cum testamento annexo — De bonis non cum testamento annexo (DBNCTA). That which is granted when an executor dies leaving a part of the estate unadministered …   Black's law dictionary

  • cum testamento annexo — /kam testamentow aneksow/ L. Lat. With the will annexed. A term applied to administration granted where a testator makes an incomplete will, without naming any executors, or where he names incapable persons, or where the executors so named refuse …   Black's law dictionary

  • Administration of an estate on death — In English law, Administration of an estate on death arises if the deceased is legally intestate. In United States law, the term Estate Administration is used.Where a person dies leaving a will appointing an executor, and that executor validly… …   Wikipedia

  • administration of estates — The management and settlement of the estate of an intestate decedent, or of a testator who has no executor, performed under the supervision of a court, by a person duly qualified and legally appointed, and usually involving: (1) the collection of …   Black's law dictionary

  • administration DBNCTA — De bonis non cum testamento annexo (DBNCTA). That which is granted when an executor dies leaving a part of the estate unadministered …   Black's law dictionary

  • administration D.B.N.C.T.A. — De bonis non cum testamento annexo (DBNCTA). That which is granted when an executor dies leaving a part of the estate unadministered …   Black's law dictionary

  • Letters of Administration C.T.A. — Document issued by probate court appointing one administrator cum testamento annexo (with the will annexed) by reason of the failure of the named executor to qualify …   Black's law dictionary

  • administrator — ad·min·i·stra·tor /əd mi nə ˌstrā tər/ n 1: a person appointed by a probate court to manage the distribution of the assets in the estate of a person who has died without leaving a valid will or leaving a will that does not name an executor able… …   Law dictionary

  • Probate — Not to be confused with Probation. Wills, trusts and estat …   Wikipedia


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