Types of Authority
There are two types of authority that can be assigned to Executors and Administrators in a probate case, Full Authority & Limited Authority. Full Authority grants Executors and Administers the ability to act on behalf of the Estate with less supervision from the probate court. Limited Authority, however, requires more oversight by the court, including an additional court hearing to allow for overbids.
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