administrator pendente minoritate executoris

An administrator to whom letters were formerly granted when the executor was under seventeen years. It is now the prevailing practice in the United States to pass over a minor and grant general letters of administration to a competent person who has the best right, or as good a right as anyone else, to be appointed.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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