When a person dies after writing a valid will, then the person who is in charge of fulfilling the dead person’s wishes under the valid will is called an Executor.
A will must state who should put into effect the wishes of the deceased as stated in the will.
Duties of the Executor:
Powers of Executor can be revoked by Court:
If the Executor does not manage the deceased’s property properly according to the will, other beneficiaries of the will may seek redress from the Executor in court.