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What Is a General Administrator? Definition, Uses and Importance.

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The agent to whom all property and assets are entrusted. The general administrator of a county can generally be anyone qualified to serve as an ordinary administrator. In all cases, the duties and obligations are identical, as are all of the requirements for appointment and bond. The main difference between a general administrator and an ordinary administrator is that the former has to deal with multiple estates, whereas the latter only has to deal with one. All the laws that apply to both are the same.

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