ESTATE OF NUO DJELJAJ, ALSO KNOWN AS NUA GJELJAJ — The respondent in a compulsory accounting proceeding, who consented to the entry of a 45-day order to account (see Matter of Djeljaj, NYLJ, July 18, 2011, at 18, col 6), now moves to dismiss the objections interposed to his informal accounting by the administrator, a daughter of the decedent. The letters of administration issued to the daughter are limited to the discovery of estate assets (see Matter of Djeljaj, NYLJ, Mar. 9, 2011, at 18, col 5). The administrator, whose objections request an examination of the books and records of Rabine Reralty before interposing other objections, opposes the motion.
|December 13, 2012
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