Is there a time limit can be placed upon a beneficiary to arrange to collect / remove a gift of goods?
Gift in the Will is household goods including garden and garage tools and contents.
Named beneficiary not in position to receive; certainly not quickly, and likely not at all.
Executor has a buyer proceeding on the property and wants the goods cleared.
My initial thought is there should be some reasonable time to allow a beneficiary to make arrangements. (The death was in November 2017). Alternatively if executor / residuary beneficiary in this case wants the house cleared they should remove the goods carefully to secure storage at their own cost and allow reasonable time for the beneficiary to collect or formally decline.
Alternatively perhaps the executor might agree a cash settlement with the recipient of the gift in exchange for the goods to be cleared as the executor directs.