This is someone who:. has been appointed to manage the affairs of a bankrupt business; orÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â has been appointed to manage the estate of someone who has died without leaving a will. Advance corporation tax. Until 1999 this tax was paid by companies on the dividends they paid. The advance corporation tax paid could usually be offset against the corporation tax due on the company's profits.
a) A court appointed person in charge of administering the estate of a person who has died without leaving a will. b) A person placed in charge of the affairs of a company in certain circumstances such as liquidation or receivership, or c) the person or company responsible for the day to day affairs of a superannuation fund.
The person or entity responsible for keeping accurate accounting records of trust income, expenses and assets, process distributions of any kind, and assisting the trustee to comply with state and federal tax laws. The trustee and Administrator may (but need not) be the same person. When the trustee hires an agent to provide these administrative services, the agent is commonly called a third-party Administrator. ADMINISTRATION AGREEMENT: The written Agreement between the trustee of a Charitable Remainder Trust (CRT) and a third-party Administrator that defines and limits the scope of the Administrator's duties and responsibilities and how it is compensated.
An individual appointed by a probate court to handle the estate of a person who died intestate. They have the same duties as an executor. Or more generally, an individual who carries out the policies of an organization.
in probate records, the person appointed by the courts to administer (handle bill-paying and distribution of assets) the estate of the deceased, seen most often when s/he died intestate; or if a will is located belatedly (post-administration), it may be "annexed" (attached) to the administration order. An administratrix is a female administrator. Abbreviations include adm., admx. and admon. Example. See also probate.
The person or corporate fiduciary appointed by the Probate Court to manage the probate estate where no executor (personal representative) has been appointed to do this job, or where the appointed executor is unable or unwilling to serve.
The person or institution appointed to collect, manage, and distribute a decedent's estate when there is no executor. An administrator is appointed by the Register of Wills whenever (a) there is no will, (b) there is a will but the will fails to name an executor, or (c) there is a will and the will names executors but all of the executors have failed or ceased to serve.
A person who helps to maintain Everything2. These folks are also called gods, but not in the all-powerful sense of the word... they have the power to perform needed tasks to help the system maintain its reliability and cohesiveness.
The person or firm responsible for performing the administration of an insurance plan. The relationship may be limited and provide administrative services only (ASO), claim services only (CSO), or provide both services and possibly actuarial, investing, communications, government reporting, and other services to a Benefit Fund.
A person appointed by the court to settle the estate of a person who died without a will. An administrator is not required for every estate, but is necessary if the estate has unpaid debts or taxes or is very large.
An administrator is a person appointed to administer the estate of a person who has died intestate or without having appointed executors who are willing or able to act. There are rules which govern who may apply to act as administrator.
Someone who is given authority by the High Court to manage and administer the estate of a deceased person. When an administrator is appointed by the High Court, the Court issues a grant of letters of administration. (A female administrator is called an administratrix.)
A person appointed by the court who manages your estate if you die without a will. Also, a person appointed by the court if the personal representative(s) named in your will fails or ceases to carry out his/her duties.
The person or persons who administer the pension plan, i.e., who arrange for pension payments, funding of the plan, etc. For most plans, the employer is responsible for administration. However, an employer may hire a third party to administer the plan on his/her behalf. Some plans are administered by a board of trustees or similar body.
A person that has registered in the business registration category. Administrators work on behalf of the business and have authority to delegate authorization to employees and, in the case of a provider administrator, other businesses.
The person or group in charge of maintaining the smooth operation of common workstations or desktop PCs which everyone uses. The administrator is usually in charge of PC software distribution, as well as virus scanning and troubleshooting.
An administrator is a person who (co-)owns one of the IRC servers that make up SorceryNet. He/she is the person ultimately in charge of the server and its staff. SorceryNet itself is jointly owned by the administrators. Decisions will be made by them according to the charter.
The Administrator is the person solely responsible for the Online account from the customer's side. An Administrator is the individual who signs up for the account. The main requirement to be an Administrator is that individual must be a signer on ALL accounts for each business entity on the application. The Administrator is the individual who sets up other Users in the system.
The person appointed by a court to administer and settle the estate of a person dying without a will (“intestate”), or the estate of a person whose will appoints an executor who cannot serve; also called a personal representative. The administrator is the fiduciary for the estate.
The person appointed by the court to administer the estate when there is no will, the will did not name an executor or all named executors have died or are unwilling to act. Also referred to as a "personal representative."
The person or company who handles day-to-day details of operating a pension plan, such as processing claims for benefits, employer and employee contributions, record-keeping, and reports. The administrator is appointed in the documents creating the plan.
Is the person or persons responsible for monitoring and maintaining your organisation's details on Skills Exchange. Administrators also have the ability to set passwords, view details about your organisation's volunteers and projects, and design and print reports for your whole organisation.
A person authorized to administer the estate of a deceased person by the court; his or her duties are to collect assets of the estate, pay its debts, and distribute the residue to those entitled: he or she resembles an executor, who is appointed by the will of the deceased— the administrator is appointed by the court and not by the deceased and therefore must give security for the administration of the estate, called an administration bond.
a person appointed by the Circuit Court who administers your estate (according to the terms set forth by the legislature) if you die intestate, i.e., without a will. This person can also be called your Personal Representative or "P.R." If you die with a will, you would normally not have an Administrator, as your estate will be administered by the Executor you have appointed in your will.
the person who carries out administrative duties on behalf of the development team, liaises with contract writers, assists with copyright clearance, compiles readings and illustrations, ensures production schedules are met, and controls the day-to-day progress of the course.
Person appointed by a court to administer a deceased person's estate. The person may be male (in which case, he would be referred to as the "administrator") or female (in which case, she would be referred to as the "administratrix").
Person responsible for the safekeeping and management of assets belonging to a third party. As the case may be, an administrator can be referred to as an estate executor (liquidator under the Civil Code of Quebec), a trustee in bankruptcy or a fiduciary.
In regard to investments, an administrator is a court-appointed official empowered to supervise or conduct the court's decisions with respect to a decedent's estate until it is fully disbursed to all claimants. An administrator (or "administratix", if a woman) is appointed when anybody dies either without a will, without naming an executor, or if the named executor will not or cannot serve. See: Executor
The person appointed by the court to administer the estate. This occurs when there is no will, the will did not name an Executor or the named Executor has died or is unwilling or unable to act. Sometimes referred to as a "personal representative."
A person appointed by a Court to deal with the estate of a deceased person who died without leaving a will (who dies "intestate"). Note, an executor is a person who is named in a will to deal with the estate of a deceased person.
( See Personal Representative ) Attestation Clause Attorney in Fact Beneficiary Cash Value Life Insurance Charitable Deduction Codicil Community Property Corpus (See Principal) Current Beneficiary (See also Remainder Beneficiary.) Decedent
In the usual sense of the word, a person to whom letters of administration, that is an authority to administer the estate of a deceased person, have been granted by the proper court; a representative of limited authority whose duties are to collect assets of the estate, pay its debts, and distribute the residue to those entitled.
A person appointed by a probate court to settle the affairs of an individual dying without a will. Adverse Possession - A claim made against the lands of another by virtue of open and notorious possession of said lands by the claimant.
The person appointed by the court to manage your estate when you die without leaving a will. Since they are court appointed, they are required to post a bond as security. They have the same duties as an executor. In some states, the position is called "personal representative."
An admin or an administrator is usually the person who controls the server. They handle the day-to-day working of the server, and may also configure items such as email addresses, redirects, databases, and adding a new domain name to the server.
Someone empowered to act for another. For example, if someone dies without leaving a Will, his nearest relatives may apply for Letters of Administration appointing them as administrators of the estate. A company which cannot pay its debts may "go into administration" and an administrator is then appointed to manage its affairs.
Has similar duties to those of an executor for estates where: there is no will the will does not appoint an executor the named executor is unable or unwilling to act. There are court rules which govern who may apply to act as administrator.
An individual or professional organization, such as a bank's trust department, appointed by the court to administer an estate when the owner dies without having made a will or without nominating an executor. An executor may also be appointed if the named executor declines to serve.
A licensed insolvency practitioner appointed by the Court under an administration order to achieve the purposes set out in the order. The administrator will need to produce a plan, known as his proposals for approval by the creditors to achieve this.
An independent insolvency practitioner who is appointed pursuant to Part 5.3 A or the Corporations Act to administer the affairs of a company that is or may become insolvent until the creditors determine the future course of the company. In most cases. Administrators are appointed by the directors of the company, but they can also be appointed by the holders of security over the assets of the company and by a liquidator (rare).
An Administrator is a person who is responsible for the maintenance a computer or a group of computers. For a home computer this will likely be the owner of the computer whereas in a school or office this will be a chosen person fluent in Information Technology.
In the most usual sense of the word, is a person to whom letters of administration, that is, an authority to administer the estate of a deceased person, have been granted by the proper court. Administrator connotes male; administratrix connotes female.
Generally referred to as the party responsible for managing the pension fund and administering the plan in accordance with the terms and applicable legislation. The administrator is usually the employer, board of trustees where the plan is a multi-employer plan, or a pension committee.
Person (conventionally, the longest serving State Governor) appointed by The Queen to administer the Government of the Commonwealth of Australia when the Governor-General is overseas or ill, or the position of Governor-General is vacant
A person who administers the estate of a person deceased. The administrator is appointed by a court and is the person who would then have power to deal with the debts and assets of a person who died intestate. Female administrators are called "administratrix." An administrator is a personal representative.
A person who is designated to be responsible for the proper operation and administration of a plan. When the plan sponsor does not designate a person for this duty, then Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) considers the plan sponsor to be the plan administrator.
The person who makes changes to the website using the Content Management System. Some CMS products permit only one administrator, others allow multiple people to control various parts of the same site.
For the purposes of this report and the Act, an administrator is a person appointed by PHIAC under section 82XD of the Act. The duties and powers of Administrators are set out in sections 82XL to 82XN of the Act.
Under Part II of the Insolvency Act 1986, an administrator is appointed under Court order. He takes control of the company's affairs to achieve the primary purpose of allowing the company to recover from its financial difficulties and to be reorganised to ensure the most profitable realisation of the company's assets.
A personal representative, appointed by a probate court, who administers the estate of someone who dies without a will or leaves a will naming an executor who dies before the will-maker or who refuses to serve.
A person regarded by the Revenue Commissioners as responsible for the management of a pension scheme. In a less formal sense it means the person or body which manages the day to day administration of the scheme. Under the Pensions Ombudsman Regulations, the Administrator can include a great many persons who provide services to a scheme, or who apply or interpret its rules.
Under ERISA, the person designated as such by the instrument under which the plan is operated. If the administrator is not designated and the plan sponsor cannot be identified, the administrator may be such person as is prescribed by regulation of the Secretary of Labor. Acts solely in the interest of plan participants and beneficiaries and for the exclusive purpose of providing benefits and defraying reasonable administrative expenses. Manages the plan's assets to minimize the risk of large loses. Acts in accordance with the documents governing the plan.
Person with unlimited access to all features of a local network; responsible for the administration and maintenance of the network. Among other tasks, the administrator assigns IP addresses and must ensure that they are unique.
a) An individual appointed by the court who is in charge of administering the estate of a person who has died intestate. b) An individual replacing the board of directors in being charge of the affairs of a company in certain circumstances such as liquidation or receivership. c) The individual or company responsible for the daily operations of a superannuation fund.
For Windows XP Professional, a person responsible for setting up and managing domain controllers or local computers and their user and group accounts, assigning passwords and permissions, and helping users with networking problems. Administrators are members of the Administrators group and have full control over the domain or computer. For Windows XP Home Edition, a person who can make system-wide changes to the computer, install software, and who has access to all files on the computer. A person with a computer administrator account has full access to other user accounts on the computer.
A person with a valid BU login who is granted administrative privileges in the FAQ system. Administrators can: Add and remove users as administrators or contributors Edit questions Change Question Status Create, edit, publish, unpublish, and organize topics and subtopics Assign and disable custom templates Preview the search regardless of publishing status See departmental statistics
When you set up Mac OS X, you set up a user. This user is an administrator. As an administrator you can create other users, including other administrators, install software in the Applications and Library folders, and change your computer's settings.
A community administrator can administer a whole community. A forum administrator can only administer a specific forum. Besides the moderator's right to edit, delete, move all posts in the forum, an administrator can also modify the configuration of communities/forums via control center.
A user who has authentication rights on the BBSM server. The administrator has full access to control and configure the system; that is, to add and edit sites and PMS systems and gain access to all other resources available on the BBSM system. Administrator access is on a global, not per-site, basis. See also Operator and Reports user.
The person responsible for managing the local area network. The administrator typically configures the network, maintains the network's shared resources and security, assigns passwords and privileges, and helps users. The NetWare equivalent is the supervisor. See also admin privilege, operator privilege, supervisor.
The individual responsible for managing the local area network. Typically this person configures the network, maintains the network's shared resources and security system, creates user accounts, assigns permissions, and helps users.
Administrators have the highest level of access. All of the "Lock" boxes are unchecked in the user profile for administrators. They can define user IDs, change users' names and passwords, and set all Empower preferences. The first user to register after installing Empower is automatically given security administrator status. You can create additional administrators by selecting the "User is an Administrator" checkbox. After designating the user as an administrator, you will need to assign privileges in order to allow the new administrator to unlock volumes or define users.
The person who uses Host Publisher Server Administration to configure and monitor Host Publisher Server. Also the person who typically deploys applications on the server. (Contrast with user.) (See also developer.)
an access role that can add, delete or modify other users in the administrative function menu within Business Banking Online. Can also amend account information such as authorisation limits. Also known as Company Administrator.
The person who can use the most privileged account, root. This person must have their own personal login account for daily use, but, when routine maintenence needs to be performed or there are serious system problems to correct, the person logs in to the root account to change system information using the graphical tools or using the IRIX shell. The Administrator has all the capabilities of a privileged user, plus the capability to change information in the root account (such as the password) and to log in to an IRIX shell as root.
Administrators have total control over the forum, including the ability to ban users, create and delete boards, change a member's password, etc. The administrators for this forum are Julie and Phoenix. Their usernames appear in purple.
The person who can use the most privileged account, root. This person must have a personal login account for daily use, but when there are serious system problems to correct, the person logs in to the root account to change system information. The administrator has all the capabilities of a privileged user, plus the capability to change information in the root account (such as the password) and to log in to an IRIX shell as root. Because there is only one root account, there is only one administrator per system. The root entry in /etc/passwd on a particular system includes the name of the system's administrator so other users know whom to contact for help. See also network administrator.
A person responsible for planning, configuring, and managing the day-to-day operation of a computer network. The duties of an administrator include installing new workstations and other devices, adding and removing individuals from the list of authorized users, archiving files, overseeing password protection and other security measures, monitoring usage of shared resources, and handling malfunctioning equipment.
yappa-ng (System) Administrator (SysAd) The "yappa-ng Administrator" has shell-access or ftp-access to the webserver and is responsible for the complete yappa-ng installation. With the help of the Setup Tool he configures all global parameters of yappa-ng and writes the global configuration to the harddisk. Album Administrator The "Album Admin" is the owner of an Album and can configure his own Album to his liking, can upload/delete/rotate images, can change the Thumbnailpage Layout and the image sort criteria, can decide if he wants to use image hit counters, Top 10 reports, can write/edit/delete image captions and album-descriptions in all languages, can set userpasswords and much more. He can also create new sub-albums WITHIN his own Album and give it another admin-password! But outside of his own album/subalbums he is just another user who can only view other albums (if he got a userpassword from the other "Album Admin"). ;-)
The administrator of a Business Mail service can create and edit email addresses; delete email addresses (excluding any email addresses the owner holds); and assign administrative privileges to other mailbox owners ( learn more). Similarly, the administrator of a Web Hosting plan manages the web site(s) associated with that plan.
A user who has been registered to the server. Administrators can be authorized to one or more of the following administrative privilege classes: system, policy, storage, operator, or analyst. Administrators can use the administrative commands and queries allowed by their privileges.
An administrator (also refered to as user) can view all pages on the server, as well as change them, add new objects (jobs, charsets etc). He/she needs an user account for that. The first account has to be added to the server before it is started (for security reasons), all other accounts can be added/edited/deleted by any of the administrators. Currently all administrators have the same rights.
The person responsible for running a computer network or a server computer; this entails the right to install software and issue commands. In this documentation, the term is applied specifically to the chat's 'superuser', i.e., the one running the chat ('serveradmin').
The person who can use the most privileged account, root. This person must have his own personal login account for daily use, but, when there are serious system problems to correct, the person logs in to the root account to change system information using the graphical tools or using the IRIX shell. The Administrator has all the capabilities of a Privileged User, plus the capability to change information in the root account (such as the password) and to log into an IRIX shell as root. Because there is only one root account, there is only one Administrator per system. The Information Panel for a particular system includes the name of the system's Administrator so other users know who to contact for help.
Any user whose login name is listed in the BACKUP.UNET operator table with administrator privileges. Grants users privileges for installing and configuring BACKUP.UNET on the network system, and authorization to set up the various parameters for backing up and restoring files.
A person who installs or maintains a system (for example, a SAML-based security system) or who uses it to manage system entities, users, and/or content (as opposed to application purposes; see also End User). An administrator is typically affiliated with a particular administrative domain and may be affiliated with more than one administrative domain.
A user who is registered to the server as an administrator. Administrators can be assigned one or more privilege classes. Administrators can use the administrative client to enter TSM server commands and queries according to their privileges.
A user who is registered to the server as an administrator. Administrators may possess one or more privilege classes. Administrators can use the administrative client to enter Tivoli Storage Manager server commands and queries according to their privileges.
Administrator (username: admin) is a special preconfigured user that always exists in Colasoft configuration. Administrator always has complete access to and full privileges in Colasoft administrative system. Additional Users can be created with the same level of control power as Administrator.
An administrator is someone who controls Athens accounts. This person can be either a 'domain administrator', in which case they manage the accounts for an entire organisation, or a 'sub-administrator' delegated by a domain administrator to take responsibility for a portion of the organisation's accounts (e.g. the accounts for a single Department or School).
A general term for University positions that are exempt from overtime pay based on the legal definition set forth by the Fair Labor Standards Act. Typically includes such positions as executives, department heads, managers, professionals, and supervisors. See Exempt.
An account with special permissions that allow the account holder to perform actions affecting other accounts and/or services. In kinetic Manager, accounts may be given permissions to administer accounts, groups, and web publishing.
An administrator account is a special account which has rights to update your website. When you created your website, you were given a default administrator called "admin". You can also assign administrative rights to other members of your site using the "Administrators" item of your User Manager menu.
A service provider that hedge funds hire to calculate fund performance, oversee shareholder relations and perform other record-keeping functions. U.S.-based fund managers that run offshore funds employ local administrators to handle back-office functions for those entities -- in order to win the tax advantages available to truly offshore vehicles.
The Administrator of a facility is usually the General Manager or the person in charge of the facility. Assessment Terms: Many people hear the terms IC 1, IC2 and IC3. These usually come from an assessment, and are very general. Here is a quick guide: IC 1 Usually will be a good candidate for Independent or Assisted Living. IC 2 Probably will require some assistance - good candidate for Assisted Living. IC 3 Probably will require nursing in Residential Care. EC (Extended Care) Will require nursing in Residential Care.
An individual or committee in a company, school, association, or branch of government that manages one or more scholarships. The administrator considers applications and determines suitable candidates for awards, scholarships and bursaries.
This is the highest permission level for a member. He can manage the whole baord by creating/organizing categories and sections, setting up permissions, changing the board's design, managing the users, etc.
ee Manager Attribute is an inherent characteristic of the parent object. Typically, this is a data item whose value affects the operation or behavior of the object and is settable by owner of the object. For example, the user may supply values for attributes of a job (like "myrinet").
Responsible for directing and coordinating all activities of the facility, budget and finance, coordination of personnel, financial management, planning and directing. Is licensed as a Nursing Home Administrator
Also known as a ' Project Administrator', ' Group Project Administrator', ' Project Manager', ' Coordinator' and ' Co-Coordinator'. A volunteer who establishes a DNA study with one or multiple commercial DNA testing companies.
As defined by the changes to the FLSA in August 2004, an administrator is one who â€œexercise discretion and judgment on matters of significanceâ€, but not necessarily those workers in â€œa position of responsibility
are the members who are responsible for running the board and maintaining them. All Admins have the same powers. They are able to assign Mods, ban troublemakers and change all aspects of the boards they administrate. For more on Administration of boards you can check out our Administrator Tutorial here: http://bb.bbboy.net/man/admin.html
An administrator is a financial institution that holds funds (custodial services) and provides reporting to the IRS. They also act as a watch dog for IRA compliance. These are quite often bank related corporations. Why pay more when we can help you find the least expensive and flexible administrator today! The use of administrators and custodians can be very confining and intrusive since they are actually responsible for your investment and they tow a tight rope. Self directed IRA Advisor - Advisors come in many shapes and forms. A true advisor has a team of experts that can help you create a portfolio, assure compliance and helps you define your strategy.
An Administrator is an individual who oversees the operations of the server, is responsible for setting the broad goals of Reality Fault, goes to Steering Committee meetings, and (in general) does all the boring stuff which keeps the project moving forward.
the person or company responsible for the maintaining the operations of a superannuation fund or RSA. Administration entails keeping records up to date, processing claims, paying out benefits and ensuring annual reports and member statements are distributed to members annually.
An individual or organisation which carries out the day to day operations of a superannuation fund. This usually includes keeping all records, paying benefits, issuing account details and dealing with inquiries.
The individual responsible for administering and maintaining your Virtual Server. As the owner of the BLUEHILL.com NT Solution, this individual should be yourself or someone you've designated to act in this role.
admin] The highest ranking staff members. Admin are the most powerful of staff members, having more editing abilities than g. mods or mods. Are responsible for the whole site, imcluding skins, threads, boards, categories, etc.( refers to NORMAL and UNCHANGED staff positions)
The company that authorizes and pays the repair facility for repair work to your vehicle. The administrator works with the repair facility to make sure your claim is handled properly. As they are the company that pays your claim, their financial strength is the most important factor in choosing a warranty company.
A company that authorizes and pays the repair facility for covered repair work to your vehicle. The administrator works with the repair facility to insure your claim is repaired properly according to your extended warranty coverage plan.
Administrator is the portion of the program that enables the SEMCI PARTNER® administrator to set various parameters and default settings necessary to use SEMCI PARTNER® and interface with the company/companies represented by the agency.
Processes subscriptions and redemptions and calculates the value of the investors' holdings, either as a NAV or as a partnership share ¾ and usually looks after other back-office needs such as fund accounting and unitholder records.