The Office and Duty of Executors

The Office and Duty of Executors

Or, A Treatise Directing Testators to Form, and Executors to Perform Their Wills and Testaments According to Law. What A Man May Give or Dispose of by His Will; of Revocations and New Publications of Wills. Of the State of Things Upon the Testator's Death; What May Be Done by An Executor, &c. Of Proving Wills, and of the Fees Payable for the Probates. What Things Shall Come to Executors by or After the Testator's Death. Cases Between Heir and Executor; and of Suits by or Against Them; and of the Method of Payment of the Testator's Debts. Of Devastavit or Wasting; and of An Executor in His Own Wrong. Of Married Women and Infant Executors; of Legacies; of Executors of Executors: of Administrators. Originally Compiled by That Approved and Judicious Author Thomas Wentworth, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq; To Which Is Added, the Supplement of H. Curson, Gent. Many Hundred References, by A Barrister of Grey's Inn; and Since Revised and Brought Down to the Present Time, by A Gentleman of the Inner Temple

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Publisher: London : printed by H. Woodfall and W. Strahan, Law Printers to the King's Most Excellent Majesty; for J. Worrall, at the Dove, in Bell-Yard, near Lincoln's Inn; Anne Shuckburgh, at the Sun, between the two Temple Gates, Fleet-Street; and J. Richardson, in Pater-Noster Row, MDCCLXIII. [1763]
Characteristics: [16],261,[13],221,[49]p. ; 8⁰


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