executor-creditor


executor-creditor
in Scots law, a creditor who has constituted his debt during the lifetime of a person can petition the court to be appointed his executor if no executor has been appointed to whom he can submit his claim. He need only obtain confirmation to enough of the estate to allow him to pay his debt.

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.

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