A administrator indemnity deed is a legal document that provides protection from liability for the administrator of an estate. The indemnity deed shields the administrator from any claims that may arise from the administration of the estate, as long as the administrator acted in good faith. This type of deed is typically used in situations where the administrator is not a relative of the deceased.
A deed of indemnity is a legal document that protects the administrators appointed by the appointor from any financial losses incurred during their tenure.
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