VDOT52 wrote (see)
not in this reality !! I hate sales people of every kind. They are a parasitic scourge on humanity. Besides, I would never knock on a house with single glazing as I don't have access to a time machine.
I'm a sales person.
leading neatly on to general rants about anything. Dog poo and football (one of the same thing, really).
Thanks Dave - that's answered two of my questions.
So a deceased person that lives in Yorkshire, has an executor in Brighton.
Would the executor necessarily be the person that made the will?
Would the deceased have had to appoint the executor in person?
Can someone else, say someone with a power of attorney, appoint an executor that isn't the original will-maker on behalf of a deceased person?
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