executry definition

  • noun:
    • In Scots law, the complete movable estate and aftereffects of a defunct individual (aided by the exception just of heirship movables), being the correct topic associated with the executor's administration.
    • In Scots legislation, the whole movable property and outcomes of a defunct individual (using the exception only of heirship movables), being the appropriate subject associated with the executor's administration.
    • In Scots legislation, the whole movable property and results of a defunct individual (aided by the exclusion just of heirship movables), being the appropriate subject of executor's management.
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