Executor/Beneficiary not Liable for Contractual Debts of Corporation

The Civil Division has jurisdiction over a contractual claim against an estate and its executor, but the trial court erred in “piercing the corporate veil” and finding an executor-beneficiary personally liable for debts incurred by a corporation of which the estate was the sole shareholder and of which the executor was an employee.  Mark Hershey Farms, Inc., v. Robinson, 2017 PA Super 306 (9/27/2017) (previous decision, 2017 PA Super 161, having been withdrawn and a petition for reargument was granted).

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