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Plene administravit

“Plene administravit” is a legal term used in probate law when an executor or administrator has completed all necessary tasks in administering the estate of a deceased person. This Latin phrase means “fully administered.”

During the probate process, the executor or administrator may file a petition with the court stating that the estate has been fully administered. This petition is often referred to as a “final accounting” or “final settlement.” Once the court approves this petition, it indicates that all debts have been paid, all assets have been distributed according to the terms of the will or intestacy laws, and the estate can be officially closed.

In essence, “plene administravit” means that the executor or administrator has fulfilled their responsibilities in managing the estate and can be discharged from their duties.

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