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public trustee

originally a safe appointment for the winding up of a person's estate, now a trustee of last resort established by statute. Now closely associated with the OFFICIAL SOLICITOR TO THE SUPREME COURT in that they operate from shared premises and one person may hold both offices.
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It detailed the Auditor General's findings on nursing homes, public trustee services, and agricultural fair associations.
A It's likely that the American authorities have asked the REMO (Reciprocal Enforcement of Maintenance Orders) unit of the Of-ficial Solicitor and Public Trustee for a court order made in the USA to be enforced over here.
An executor named in a Will who does not apply for a grant of probate must still provide notices to beneficiaries, family members, a spouse, adult interdependent partner, former spouses and adult interdependent partners, and the Public Trustee where applicable.
Led by Associate Professor Dr Cheryl Tilse, this study is the result of a joint four year project between The University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology and Victoria University in partnership with seven public trustee organisations across Australia.
Other parties to the transaction are Multinational Investment Bancorporation, the market maker and selling agent; UnionBank, limited selling agent; Deutsche Bank AG Manila Investor Services, registrar and paying agent, and Development Bank of the Philippinestrust department, public trustee.
The Social Security Commission, being a public trustee organization, must at all times be focused if it wants to remain relevant to the public.
Charles Blahous is a research fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution and a public trustee for the Medicare and Social Security programs.
They cover policy in institutional perspective, regulating and zoning the spectrum, broadcasting licenses and public trustee obligations, digital television, telephone regulation, the Telecommunications Act of 1996, multichannel video, antitrust and structural regulation of media, and the Internet.
said Sindee Wagner, chief deputy public trustee, "I get 'onesy' 'twosy' new guys, but we have t he* standard guys who we know really well.
If no one is able, willing, or suitable, the Public Trustee may act as the adult's trustee.
Unisys Corporation (NYSE:UIS) announced on Thursday its Australian subsidiary has been awarded a contract by the West Australian Public Trustee to provide support and enhancements for its Management Accounting Trust Environment (MATE) application.
The book treats two policies: the public trustee policy and the deregulatory market policy, which was introduced in 1980 and has now reached full fruition.

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