A New York surrogate court judge has approved a $91,000 payment to an estate executor, despite a provision in the decedent’s will prohibiting commissions to anyone.

Bruce L. Goldberg, who died in January 2007, barred commissions from his $7.4 million estate, “statutory or otherwise, for any executorial or trustee services rendered to my estate, in any jurisdiction.”

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