WA Executor problems and the law

Discussion in 'Wills and Estate Planning Law Forum' started by Mrslisag, 29 September 2018.

  1. Mrslisag

    Mrslisag Member

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    Morning :) we have had 4 appraisals on Mum’s house and now the executor wants to bring in someone from out of area to appraise . Have we the right to say enough is enough . Thank you
     
  2. CSFLW

    CSFLW Well-Known Member

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    Why is the property being valued?
     
  3. Tim W

    Tim W Lawyer
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    Not as such.
    It's part of the duty of the executor to try and get the best price for assets being sold.
     
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  4. Tim W

    Tim W Lawyer
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    I jump to the conclusion from the OP's reference to the executor that it's a deceased estate.
    I further jump to the conclusion that "appraisial" means "market opinion" rather than valuation proper.
     
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