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The Powers of Personal Representatives of the Living and the Dead in China

YVON, Christopher (born 1969), HM Diplomatic Service; UK Permanent Representative to Council of Europe, Strasbourg (with personal rank of Ambassador), from summer 2016

JOHNSON, Matthew Alfred (born 1970), HM Diplomatic Service; UK Permanent Representative to Council of Europe, Strasbourg (with personal rank of Ambassador), 2012–summer 2016

GEORGE, Walter Franklin (1878 - 1957), US Senator, 1922–57; President Eisenhower’s personal representative (designate) to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation from 1957

HOWARTH, Stephen Frederick (born 1947), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; UK Permanent Representative to Council of Europe, Strasbourg (with personal rank of Ambassador), 2003–07

WESTON, Michael (Charles Swift) (born 1937), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; UK Permanent Representative to Conference on Disarmament, Geneva (with personal rank of Ambassador), 1992–97

McLEAN, Colin (1930 - 2007), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; UK Permanent Representative to the Council of Europe (with the personal rank of Ambassador), 1986–90

LUCE, William (Henry Tucker) (1907 - 1977), DL; Personal Representative of the Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary for Persian Gulf Affairs, 1970–72; Political Resident in the Persian Gulf, 1961–66

 

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A person whose duty is to gather in the assets of the estate of a deceased person, to pay any liabilities, and to distribute the residue. Personal representatives of a person dying testate are known as executors; those of a person dying intestate are known as administrators.

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