What is Probate and How Is The Realtors Commission Set During Probate?
Probate is a Superior Court procedure to determine a will’s validity and any creditor’s claims. Probate also establishes the identity of the beneficiaries. If the validity of a will is in question, then after a person dies, an administrator or administratrix is appointed by the court. The administrator of administratrix is appointed by the court to take possession of the property until probate is finalized. If the will has appointed a particular custodian, then that person is known as the executor or executrix. The real estate commission for a property that is in probate is set by a court order.
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