Deed Executed before Letters Granted, and Mortgage Based on Deed, are Void

Deed of decedent’s property to administrator individually, executed two months before being appointed administrator, was voidable and voided by the court, and the mortgage of the property executed after letters were granted, but signed by administrator in her individual capacity, was void because the mortgagee had constructive notice of the fraudulent deed. Estate of Mable Floyd, Deceased, 10 Fid.Rep.3d 40, No. 783DE of 2019 (Philadelphia O.C. 12/11/2019).

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