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County Richmond Public Administrator
A public administrator manages inheritances of the dead. There' a public administrator in every district of New York City. A public administrator's main task is to manage inheritances that would not otherwise be managed; safeguard the deceased's ownership from wastage, losses or larceny; make appropriate funeral arrangements when there is no immediate family member available to make the decision; carry out thorough investigation to uncover all of his or her possessions; dispose of or allocate his or her possessions upon public disposal; disburse the deceased's accounts and tax; and identify those who have the right to bequeal and to recover from the succession.
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Public Administrator's Bureau
Where is the Public Administrator? There''s a public administrator's office for every county in New York City. Its main task is to manage inheritances that would not otherwise be managed; to safeguard the deceased's ownership from the risk of the deceased's being lost or stolen; to make appropriate funeral arrangements if there is no immediate family member available to make the decision; to carry out thorough research to detect all of his or her possessions; to disseminate and disseminate all of his or her possessions to the deceased; to dispose of the deceased's funds on public sales; to disburse the estate's accounts and tax; and to find people who are authorised to be inheritors and to ensure that the deceased's legacy is inherited by law.
The public administrator regularly holds bids on properties and/or individual possession. Ask each of the offices about the plans for the bid. Head office:
Thirteenth court circuit: Administrative Public
A public administrator's bureau, hardly known to most individuals, provides highly responsive and necessary public relations work. The PA's Office's work is governed by the Judicial Procedure Act, in particular Art. 11, the Staff Regulations regulating these work and the Board of Directors' directives for the offices of Public Administrators.
While the public services of public administrators are diverse, the mandate includes taking charge of the administration of the succession of persons who are dying intestamentally (without a "will") and who do not wish to hand over inheritance or leaving behind inheritors who are not competent or willing to do so. In addition, the PA manages an inheritance if neither the administrator nor a claimant mentioned in the testament of the testator is able or willing to act as administrator.
Commissioner, public administrator, Anthony Catalano has launched several initatives. Contacting the public administrator of Richmond County: