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- For other uses, see Administrator.
In law an administrator (or administratrix for women) can be:
- a person appointed by the court to handle the estate of someone who died without a will (administrator of an estate).
- In United Kingdom bankruptcy law, an office holder appointed under an Administration Order in relation to a company in financial difficulty, as an alternative to liquidation.
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