Re Trustees acting in sale of a property owned as tenants in common by husband (H) and wife (w). Both H & W had lost capacity but had two attorneys acting jointly & severally for them. The sale of the property has almost completed and W has just died. The Will appoints H to be the sole executor/trustee of W's Will. Obviously, the attorney or one of them can act in the proving of the Will. However, to expedite the almost complete sale is it possible for H's attorneys to appoint a trustee or trustees to act on W's behalf (before obtaining a grant); and if so, could one attorney act for H in appointing the other to act for W? Is a Deed of Appointment required?