If you are an interested party you can motion the court to compel the executor to provide you with accountings.
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As Mr. Whalen noted: it is the executor and not the "court" that completes the accounting so the executor would have to do it and submit it in order for it to be in a file. A beneficiary can compel an executor to provide an accounting if it is not done or not done satisfactorily.
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