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Who is the person designated to carry out the provisions of a will? A. the trustee B. the beneficiary C. the executor or executrix D. the guardian
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[object Object]User: Who is the person designated to carry out the provisions of a will? A. the trustee B. the beneficiary C. the executor or executrix D. the guardian

Weegy: C. the trustee. A trustee for a will is a person who is given the duty of carrying out the instructions in the will. [ In addition to carrying out the terms in the will, a trustee's duties include preserving and protecting items listed in the will, being a holder of property on behalf of beneficiaries, remaining impartial to all beneficiaries, and protecting the will from legal challenges. Please click on the "Good" button if you like my answer. Thank you [smile] ]
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