WHAT TO DO IF THE DEFENDANT IS DEAD AND THERE ARE NO ADMINISTRATORS OR EXECUTORS

It is regrettably quite common in a fatal case to have to issue proceedings against a dead defendant.  Often because the defendant was the driver of a car in which the deceased claimant was a passenger.  Problems can arise if there are no executors or administrators. This issue is addressed in Civil Litigation Brief at http://civillitigationbrief.wordpress.com/2013/11/12/what-can-you-do-if-the-proposed-defendant-is-dead-and-there-is-no-grant-of-probate-or-administration/

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