executor definition

  • noun:
    • somebody who holds out or does some thing.
    • Law somebody who is appointed by a testator to perform the testator's will.
    • an individual who holds out some task.
    • Someone appointed by a testator to administer a will; an administrator.
    • a person who executes or carries out; a doer.
    • An executioner.
    • anyone appointed by a testator to execute his might, or even to see its arrangements transported into result, after their decease.
    • One who executes or works; a doer; an executer.
    • An executioner.
    • particularly, the person appointed by a testator to perform their might, or to see its provisions transported into effect.
    • people appointed by a testator to handle the regards to the will
    • an individual who carries aside or executes some thing.
    • legislation an individual who is appointed by a testator to execute the testator's will.
    • somebody who carries down some task.
    • some one appointed by a testator to manage a will; an administrator.
    • one that executes or does; a doer.
    • An executioner.
    • the individual appointed by a testator to perform their might, or to see its arrangements transported into effect, after his decease.
    • one that executes or performs; a doer; an executer.
    • An executioner.
    • especially, the individual appointed by a testator to execute his might, or even see its conditions carried into result.
    • a person appointed by a testator to undertake the terms of the will
    • A person who carries away or works some thing.
    • legislation an individual who is appointed by a testator to perform the testator's might.
    • an individual who holds out some task.
    • Someone appointed by a testator to manage a will; an administrator.
    • a person who executes or performs; a doer.
    • An executioner.
    • anyone appointed by a testator to execute their will, or to see its terms carried into result, after his decease.
    • person who executes or does; a doer; an executer.
    • An executioner.
    • especially, the person appointed by a testator to execute his might, or even to see its conditions transported into result.
    • you appointed by a testator to undertake the regards to the will

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