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Closing accounts for a deceased


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Kate --

This is a resident-to-resident Answers service.  We are all SL residents like you.  Lindens never come here and, as far as we know, never read what's posted either.  You'll have to submit a support ticket to ask Linden Lab to finish closing your colleague's account. 

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Kate --

This is a resident-to-resident Answers service.  We are all SL residents like you.  Lindens never come here and, as far as we know, never read what's posted either.  You'll have to submit a support ticket to ask Linden Lab to finish closing your colleague's account. 

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Most importantly, I am sorry for your loss.  If I read this correctly, you had the member's login information, and if so, you can log in to secondlife.com and delete the account by going to the dashboard, clicking Account (Under Home), and Delete Account is the last link there.

It may take some time to completely remove things from searches, but as it ws said, you can open a ticket if you need further clarification into this process.  Again, i am very sorry for your loss.

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A Second LIfe account and its inventory are legal property.  Only the person named in the deceased's will as the heir or the legally appointed executor of his estate can take any action regarding the account.  Any one attempting to take it over or closing it without following proper procedures with LL is acting illegally. 

Here is the official policy regarding this:
http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Linden_Lab_Official:Death_and_other_worries_outside_Second_Life

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