durable executor (Dauertestamentsvollstrecker)

Under § 2209 of the German Civil Code, the testator may give the executor the power to administer the estate for a defined period of time after the estate has been settled, e.g. if the beneficary is a minor or a young adult. In this case, the executor is referred to as Dauertestamentsvollstrecker, which is generally translated as "extended executor", "permanent executor" (not recommended) or "durable executor". 


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