I have an Order from the court it states the following:
I do, therefore, hereby appoint as Temporary Administrator(s) of the estate of the said decedent, for the sole purpose of collecting and preserving the assets of the said decedent until permanent letters are issued; and thereupon to deliver up such assets to whomsoever this Court shall commit the administration of the estate of said decedent, as provided by law. Temporary administrators are authorized to carry out existing contracts of the decedent, to carry on the business of the decedent, and to do such acts as are necessary for the protection and preservation of the estate provided proper orders are secured from the probate court after due notice to all parties in interest.