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If there are two executors to a will and 4 beneficiaries of

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If there are two executors to a will and 4 beneficiaries of the estate ( ie. 2 siblings of one of the execotors - is there anything to say that the two siblings have nothing to do with the clearance of a house of its contents and have no authority to remove anything from said property without priot authorisation from both executors
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The executors are in sole possession of the estate. The beneficiaries have no authority to touch anything, let alone remove anything.
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.

If things have been removed by the executor under the pretence - for her children - (the two beneficiaries - but not authorised by the other executor what can be done?

A application to the court for recovery can be made.