Yes, failure to comply with certain formalities provided for by the Act during the liquidation of an estate may result in your liability for the deceased’s debts.
In particular, the liquidator must draw up an inventory of the deceased’s assets and liabilities and publish it in the Register of Personal and Movable Real Rights and in a newspaper circulating in the deceased’s locality within six months of the deceased’s death. Liquidation of the estate without respecting these formalities may result in your liability for the deceased’s debts.