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The deceased was the recipient of payments under an annuity policy. Ten years after the administration of the estate the policy holder requires repayment of annuity payments made after death. What is the executors position?

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Published on LexisPSL on 30/08/2017

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  • The deceased was the recipient of payments under an annuity policy. Ten years after the administration of the estate the policy holder requires repayment of annuity payments made after death. What is the executors position?
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The deceased was the recipient of payments under an annuity policy. Ten years after the administration of the estate the policy holder requires repayment of annuity payments made after death. What is the executors position?

Where a personal representative (PR) has received assets after death that were not assets to which the estate was entitled, a claim for those assets may arise by a third party. Where the claim is in respect of an annuity, the legal relationship between the annuity payer and the annuitant will depend on the manner by which the annuity was

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