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Administrator

1. Anyone authorized to act on behalf of a person, company, estate, trust, or any other entity.

2. See: State Administrator.

administrator

see INSOLVENCY.

administrator

see INSOLVENCY ACT 1986.

administrator

A person appointed by a court to manage and distribute the estate of someone who has died without a will. Sometimes, the term refers to a male occupying that position, with a female being called an administratrix.Contrast with executor (male or gender-neutral) and executrix (female),who are persons named by a will to manage and distribute one's estate.

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Phoebe Maltz Bovy in her book, 'The Perils of Privilege,' postulates that every online fight will result in an accusation of privilege.
In this country, the closest example one could find of white privilege would have been under slavery or "Jim Crow" laws.
This Article is the first to grapple with the implications of migrating the power to write rules of privilege from Congress and the courts, on the one hand, to the executive branch, on the other.
Although it is senseless to campaign against so-called "white privilege" (as I have recently argued), (1) one sort of pervasive privilege is real, it is evil, and it should be not only checked but ultimately abolished.
While there are many reasons for this trend, two key contributing factors include the role of technology and the growth of information subject to privilege reviews.
The essays lay a theoretical foundation for a model of privilege studies pedagogy that encourage teachers to both be better allies to students from oppressed backgrounds and illuminators of privilege to privileged students.
However, the court ruled that the taxpayer had waived both the tax practitioner privilege and the work product privilege because it had disclosed some of the tax advice to an outside auditor, whose advice the taxpayer relied on to defend against the imposition of penalties.
The attorney-client privilege is central to our legal system.
4) In the decades following the FOIA's passage, a significant judicial tendency emerged: courts began extending the attorney-client privilege to organizational clients, such as corporations, and then, by analogy, to state and local governments.
ISLAMABAD, April 17, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- Acting Chairman Senate Jan Muhammad Jamali on Friday sent the privilege motion to the Senates Privilege Committee against institutions, not reinstating the employees despite cabinets decision and Presidents Ordinance in this regard.
The attorney-client privilege is a fundamental of our civil justice system.
The Department of Veterans' Affairs (VA) has specific requirements that medical facility officials must follow to credential and privilege physicians.