The executors of a deceased person’s will are responsible for winding up the deceased’s estate and carrying out the terms of their will. Unless the beneficiaries under the will wish to have the property transferred into their names, the executors will need to sell it.
Executors should bear the following points in mind to ensure that the sale process is as smooth as possible:
- Grant of probate
- Check the title and locate the deeds
- Restrictions and defects
- Realistic timescales
- Capital gains tax
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*The information provided in this article is designed to provide useful information on the subject, not to provide specific legal advice.