Cover letter for the rendering of account
Letter useful for the liquidator wishing to present its final account to the heirs of an estate...more
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- At the end of a succession/estate settlement, the liquidator is usually called to present to the heirs its rendering of account as well as a proposal for partition between the heirs.
- For a final redering of account, the proposed cover letter will also allow you to attach a draft discharge to be signed and returned by each heir in favour of the liquidator.
- The cover letter for the presentation of the rendering of account, available on SCRIPTA LEGAL, will be suitable for most situations.
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- Complete the questionnaire by entering the information required for the preparation of the cover letter;
- Once you have completed the questionnaire, you pay the required fees with your credit card;
- Print the letter, sign it and send it to the concerned heirs.
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