We have a will but the executors have renounced. An administrator with Will annexed has been appointed but we wait the Letters of Administration with the Will Annexed. Does the administrator have authority to act under the Will as would the executors so that he can either 1. sign a contract or 2. grant an AST? We have buyers wanting to move in .
No, the administrator’s authority derives from the grant of representation, not the will.
Paul Saunders FCIB TEP
Independent Trust Consultant
Providing support and advice to fellow professionals
I was trying to find a way around it, but does not look as if there is one. Thank you