Less intimidating thesaurus
The tone of the press there was intimidating, particularly toward Russia.As to intimidating me, or changing my course, the thing cannot be done.In most states an administrator must petition the court to be appointed and must post a bond from an insurance company guaranteeing that it will pay the value of the assets he/she/it may steal or misuse.(See: will, intestate, probate) the state of dying, leaving property undisposed of by will.Was the fool about to intimidate him with talk of supernatural vengeance?
When he found him incorruptible by his favours, he tried to intimidate him.
In probate the administration of the estate of a person without a will is handled by an administrator (usually a close relative, the spouse, a close associate), or a public administrator if there is no one willing to act, since there is no executor named in a will.
In such a case if the dead party has property it will be distributed according to statutes, primarily by the law of descent and distribution and others dealing with marital property and community property (all going to a surviving spouse).
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