Trusts & Estates – Wills – Executors’ Authority – Real Property – MortgagesRL Regi North Carolina, LLC v. Estate of Moser Although the decedent’s will granted its co-executors broad powers, the will’s co-executors lacked the authority to have the estate guarantee a loan that was borrowed for the purpose of developing raw land owned by the decedent’s company.
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Published: August 23, 2012
Time posted: 4:30 pm
Tags: Executors’ Authority, mortgages, Real Property, trusts & estates, Wills