Co-administrator

CO-ADMINISTRATOR. One of several administrators. In general, they have, like executors, the power to act singly to the personal estate of the intestate. Vide Administrator.

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She is the Chief Editor and Writer for Morocco Pens and a Co-administrator for the Arabian Online Press.
In a tweet posted Sunday, the actor best known for creating and starring in the Broadway musicals "Hamilton" and "In the Heights," said he had asked the co-administrator of his Facebook page to "report the death threats" and delete the posts "with the worst language.
County Co-Administrator Wendi Maez added, "We have owned the Saguache Airport for about 30 years.
During a phone interview, Paredones and Akilah Powell, 23, an African-American student at the University of Oregon who is co-administrator of the Facebook page, said they do not plan to attend the 7 p.
John Branca is the co-administrator of Jackson's estate.
Co-administrator and interim team principal Finbarr O'Connell hopes an investor will now come forward to take the team on into 2015 and beyond.
The [Kentucky] department of insurance, our regulatory body, requires that we wait three years to pay the dividend," said Karl T Ladegast, the fund's co-administrator and director of underwriting.
Co-administrator Paul Clark said they believed it to be held lawyer's account related to Rangers' parent company.
It's still cold out there," said Sally D'Arcangelo, co-administrator of the Community Fund.
A statement on behalf of joint administrator Harvey Madden of Yarm-based Rowlands accounts last night read: "I was appointed as joint administrator of Darlington Football Club (2009) Ltd, together with my co-administrator, Peter Gray, earlier today by the directors of the club.
We appreciate the support of the MDTF and assure the Secretariat of our complete cooperation, said Abdul Wajid Rana, MDTF Co-Administrator and Secretary Economic Affairs Division, who chaired the meeting.