When will an administrator be removed because they are not acting in the best interests of the estate?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Al-Sabah Estate, 2015 BCSC 1781 (CanLII):

When it is alleged that an administrator should be removed because he or she is not acting in the best interests of the estate, the main factor to be considered is the welfare of the beneficiaries: Veitch v. Veitch Estate, 2007 BCSC 952 at para. 22.

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