Plaintiff was the executrix as well as a beneficiary of her parents’ estate. She claimed that a relative and co-beneficiary conspired with two other defendants to fraudulently induce her, as executrix, to take a large loan at usurious rates secured by the parents’ house, the estate’s principal asset, after which the co-beneficiary misappropriated most of the loan funds.  This decision holds that plaintiff has standing to sue in her individual capacity for the loss she suffered as a beneficiary from the fraudulent loan to the estate.  Ordinarily, a benefiicary could only sue the executrix for harm her actions caused the estate, but since the plaintiff was also the executrix, requiring such a suit would leave her without any practical remedy.