Bond waiver (noun): Relieves the obligation of having the post a bond. Normally a bond is required as insurance against fraud from an executor or trustee, and ensures beneficiaries will receive their money if something goes wrong. A bond waiver can be called for from the testator in the will itself, or by agreement of all parties.
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