What Administration Letters/Probates and Fara’id Orders Are For

When a person dies, what remains, from a legal standpoint, is their estate and its beneficiaries (assuming he has them and they are alive). A corpse has no legal personality. An estate comprises all the assets owned and liabilities owed by the deceased. Assets ordinarily comprise things like immovable assets (land), moveable assets (vehicle, guitar, clothes, etc.), shares, bank accounts, rent, legal rights to something, and anything of value really. Liabilities are debts like credit …

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