duties required of him by law


duties required of him by law
A common phrase appearing as a condition of the bond required of an executor or administrator, the effect of which is to extend the obligation to all duties in reference to the administration of the estate, including the payment of debts and the distribution of the remainder of the estate among those entitled to receive it. Williams v State, 68 Miss 680, 10 So 52.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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