Who is the Inheritance Registrar, General Custodian and the estate administrator? Posted on June 24, 2013

The Inheritance Registrar is Registrar for Inheritance Matters is a governmental body whose function is to issue inheritance and probate orders in favor of heirs or beneficiaries of a particular decedent. The General Custodian is the official body responsible for handling matters of guardianship, bankruptcy, liquidation of companies, estates, property and missing persons. As such, the Custodian serves as the official receiver, public trustee and inheritance registrar. Estate administrator is a person appointed by the court in cases where the deceased left assets or debts which require the professional assistance. The administrator of the estate is in charge of all rights and obligations of the estate and is subject to oversight by the court. The role of the administrator of the estate ends after the settling of the estate’s debts and distribution of all assets between the heirs/beneficiaries of a will.

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