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a person having administrative or managerial authority in an organization

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the party appointed by a probate court to distribute the estate of someone who dies without a will or without naming an executor

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someone who manages a government agency or department

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The administratrix asserted a claim for wrongful death against the broker, alleging he was negligent in procuring the policy.
On September 22, 2009, Kristen Guy was appointed administratrix of her father's succession in the matter of the Succession of John Johnson, Jr.
In indemnity action, surety not entitled to recover attorney's fees generated to establish paternity in estate matter that had nothing to do with the protection of the surety's interest on its bond issued to administratrix.
The suit was filed in State Court of Fulton County, Georgia by Sherry Brabbin MacQueen, Individually, and as the Surviving Spouse and Administratrix of the Estate of Dr.
The mother of a deceased inmate brought an action, as administratrix of the inmate's estate, against the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, a county sheriff's department, a county sheriff, and corrections officers, alleging that the defendants violated the inmate's Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment rights.
On the 10th day of March, 2012, the Circuit Court of Bradley County, Arkansas, Probate Division, appointed the undersigned as Ancillary Administratrix of the Ancillary Estate of the decedent in Arkansas.
After Martha had been at Highland Manor for three years, her daughter, Kimberly French, who was the Administratrix of her mother's estate, arranged for her transfer to Stratford House, a long-term care facility.
His wife individually, and as Administratrix of his estate, brought suit for survival and wrongful death against the hospital, Dr.
The district court held that under Pennsylvania law, the mother lacked standing to bring wrongful death and survival actions in her individual capacity against several prison employees for her son's death while he was in prison, where the wrongful death and survival statutes only permitted recovery by a personal representative, such as a mother in her action as administratrix of her son's estate, or as a person entitled to recover damages as a trustee ad litem.
The administratrix of a pretrial detainee's estate brought a [section] 1983 action against police officers and correctional officers alleging excessive force and deprivation of medical care.
Instruments dated August 26, 1996, September 18, 2003, and April 13, 2006 were on the 6th day of December, 2011, admitted to probate as the Last Will and Testament, First Codicil to Last Will and Testament, and Second Codicil to Last Will and Testament, respectively, of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed Administratrix with Will Annexed thereunder.
Almost two years later, on September 7, 2008, the administratrix of the decedent's estate and the decedent's mother brought suit against Dr.
Olean Maclane died on February 3, 2007, allegedly as a result of the negligent care provided by Delmar and its nurses Mabel Joyner, as Administratrix of the deceased patient's estate, brought suit against Delmar and a Nurse and/or Nurses employed by Delmar alleging that their negligence resulted in the patient's death.
Deborah Dent, as the administratrix of their estates, was substituted as the plaintiff in the case.