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a person appointed by a testator to carry out the terms of the will

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The scam may have worked, however, if the estate had been valued at under R50,000, in which case a letter of executorship is not required.
See supra text accompanying note 57 for discussion of correspondence of trusteeship and executorship.
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No one waited more eagerly than William Rossetti, who, once the onerous task of executorship of his brother's estate began to ease, turned his indefatigable energy to sorting and annotating Gabriel's family letters.
iii) several letters from 2nd Earl of Chatham concerning executorship
A more appropriate approach may have been for the taxpayer not to accept executorship over the decedent's will, thus leaving the decision to an independent executor.