What is the stats notices? he said the only thing holding up the finalization is that nat west can not find the account numbers.
These are notices whcih advertise for any creditors. He could also obtain an indemnity policy if he is worried, but as Natwest can not find evidence of the account and if he feels nervous, one of these should satisfy him.
Is he the executor?
Hi Yes he sent out in the papers when my mother passed and Yes he is the executor.
Will the interest be paid to me being in the solicitor account for keeping £300,000?
Thanks so the indemnity policy whats does that mean?
Thank you for your information
Would the administrator already have an indemnity policy already in place, or how long does it take to get one?
The indemnity policy is unlikely to be in place already. But it should only take a day or so to arrange.
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