Corbin v. Townshend

In Corbin v. Townshend, 92 Conn. 501, 506, 103 A. 647 (1918), the Court stated: "Administration expenses embrace any expense incurred by an executor or administrator in the care, preservation and conservation of the assets of the estate, in converting the assets, and in paying the debts and legacies, and also all expenses incurred by operation of law and in turning over the assets remaining to the residuary legatees or distributees."