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  • Bill Kearney
    ... Yes, most notably being that a dead man can t execute a valid financial or contractual instrument. The cheques written wouldn t be valid. This is why you
    Message 1 of 6 , Sep 14, 2001
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      > Probably some interesting legal implications of that...

      Yes, most notably being that a dead man can't execute a valid
      financial or contractual instrument. The cheques written wouldn't be
      valid.

      This is why you use a last will and testament. Simply have your
      attorney be instructed to do something regarding annoucements. They
      can't, however, do anything with funds or property until the will is
      executed.

      IANAL, but my father was and he specialized in Real Estate and
      Probate. Or "Dead people and the ground they're in" as he used to
      say.

      -Bill Kearney
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