The Excutor is responsible for damange to all property, keeping records of spending for funeral costs, etc., out of the Estate. Technically, the only people that should be allowed on that property is the Executor and the beneficiaries or a real estate agent. Eventually the Will goes into Probate where all creditors will be paid off, all property taxes, personal taxes, etc., and what is left in the Estate will be divided amongst the beneficiaries. It is also customary for the beneficiaries (if not mentioned in the Will) to give 1 1/2% - 3% (can go up to 5%, but a judge would question this) to the Executor of the Will. Being Executor can be a tough job and lots of red tape even if the Estate is on the small side. If the Estate is small then 1 1/2 - 2% is customary, and if it's a large percent then 2 1/2% - 3%. The Executor can have friends on the premises, but is 100% responsible for any damage or missing articles from that Estate. The Executor should let the beneficiaries know, and thus, the beneficiaries should let the Executor know if they have friends on the property. It's a good idea to take a video of each room, any jewelry, art, etc. before anyone goes onto the property besides the Executor or beneficiaries.
I give you permission to go to the movies with your friends.
Anyone can be appointed as executor. And anyone can be named a beneficiary. It is often done to take care of friends.
This has alot to do with if the impact is on private property and if you had permission to park in the friends driveway, then ultimately if you want to remain friends. If it's an easement or such, the other answers may apply.Another View: Whether you are on someone else's private property makes no difference, the striking vehicle is at fault. Your insurance companies will have to battle it out.
Hide in her closet..
If youare properly insured and licensed to drive, and you have your friends permission then yes, you can drive their car.
yes, I am sure you can. But you must get the friends permission to drive. Actually, I am not sure. Try yahoo answers.
Yes - and no... Yes - if you're photographing your friends... No - if you're photographing 'strangers'. An aeroplane is private property. Legally, you need permission from (a) the operator and (b) written consent from every passenger on the plane to have their image on your phone.
not unless they have their parents permission, but if you dont have their permission you can spell your name differently around friends and non official things. :)
no absolutely not
Yes you can, you just need your parent's permission if you are under 18
when your on your own private property and or a friends private property. etc. as long as not public pond.
With the permission of your parents/guardians, yes. Without it, no.
This all depends on what you do with the video selling it is illegal, Airing it is illegal, showing it to friends is okay, but I wouldn't do that without permission.
I feel the executor has full power over the heirs! Implead into the probate proceedings started up by the executor and question the anomalities you have seen or apprehend. Whatever be it, remember that the executor is the legal representative of the deceased for all purposes, and all the property of the deceased vests in him as such. Therefore before going into a protracted legal battle, it would be best to question the executor in a private fashion; through common known friends; through the church; whatever means other than adversarial proceedings through the court. Just because, the executor is appointed by the deceased, effective from the date of death of deceased, and if you blow your cool and unnecessarily, even unwittingly antagonize the executor, you waste time, and a lot of time in meaningless philanderings in court proceedings. This should be always avoided. Approach; Question; Argue the matter; Compromise; Settle (whether it is even to a minor loss); but close the matter at the earliest. Take what is your bequest; invest it sensibly; and continue your life outside the court. Or you will see a living hell of court, within your life.
You would be covered by the insurance on your friend's car if you are driving it with their permission. To be safe, get the parents' permission, not just your friend's. It may be that your friend can't give a legally binding permission.
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no, as long as you have permission from the owner, or are friends with the owner. if bot, it will be considered trespassing.
Yes if you have parental permission.
Probably not unless they have a copyright on the photos.
May means to have permission or to be free to do something. You may go to the movies with your friends on Friday night.
yes as long as they have a valid passport and their parents permission.
yes, but Ur moms friends must have a written document stating that Ur mom gave them permission to take u out of the country.
if there is insurance it should pay for the loss
If your mother owned any property in her own name then her estate must be probated. You are not an executor until you have been officially appointed by the probate court. You should contact an attorney who specializes in probate. You should ask friends, family members, neighbors and co-workers if they had a good experience with any probate lawyers in your area. There are so many it is a good idea to see if someone you know can make a referral before you hire a stranger. If no one can make a referral you can speak to two or three to find one you feel comfortable with.
get a lawyer and go to court asking permission