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execute

[ek′səkyo̅o̅t]
(of a computer) to follow a set of instructions to complete a program or specified function.

execute

verb Computers Do Forensic medicine Do in

execute,

v to finish; accomplish; fulfill. To carry out according to certain terms.
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Therefore, his executor was not required to file Form 706 and did not do so.
The personal liability of the executor of an estate, trustee of a trust, or even an officer or director of a corporation to pay claims owed to the government, such as unpaid taxes of a decedent, is broadly prescribed under the Federal Claims Priority Act.
The executor did not file an estate tax return within nine months after the decedent's death or by the extended due date; and
There are legal implications surrounding access to a decedent's digital accounts, and an executor could be committing computer fraud if he or she accesses them.
Also brand-new for IBC, is the EXEcutor Virtual Control Panel (EVCP), PBT EU's own intuitive and virtual control panel to complement the server-line.
Choose your executor when you're creating or reviewing your financial strategy.
Have successor executors been named and clearly identified?
Not so with The Circuit: Executor Rising: it retains a firm grasp on its science fiction foundation; in part by creating powerful protagonists and believable science grounded in vivid imagery: "The interior of the vessel was as unspectacular as the outside, with exposed circuitry skirting along the inner walls of low passages.
Because each radio channels make programs for specific audiences and in their programs use both male and female executors incoordination, Thus gender and kind of their spoken word and speech has a great role in attracting the audience for the program.
If you choose a professional executor or if you are an executor looking for assistance from a professional, be aware you could be charged not only a percentage of the value of the estate, but also an hourly rate, leading to higher-thanexpected costs.
According to the instructions, the election is made by the executor of the deceased spouse's estate.
Professional Will or Executor Instructions for the Disposition of Clients of--, in the Event of Death, Disappearance, or Disability