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Law and accounts of executors, administrators and trustees.

Bertram George Vickery

Law and accounts of executors, administrators and trustees.

by Bertram George Vickery

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Published by Donnington P; Cassell in St.Albans .
Written in


Edition Notes

Previous ed. 1955 (B55-1484).

The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 397p.,ill. ;
Number of Pages397
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18719157M

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Chapter ACCOUNTS AND SETTLEMENTS OF EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS, GUARDIANS, CONSERVATORS, TRUSTEES AND RECEIVERS Section 1 Repealed, Sec. 38; Section 2 Forms of accounts; Section 3 Examination on oath; Section 4 Securities and moneys; requirement of production; Section 5 Property; accounting; profits or losses; Section 6 Property subject to accountings.

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