(A) Issuance. Letters of authority shall be issued after the appointment and qualification of the fiduciary. Unless ordered by the court, letters of authority will not have an expiration date.
(B) Restrictions and Limitations. The court may restrict or limit the powers of a fiduciary. The restrictions and limitations imposed must appear on the letters of authority. The court may modify or remove the restrictions and limitations with or without a hearing.
(C) Certification. A certification of the letters of authority and a statement that on a given date the letters are in full force and effect may appear on the face of copies furnished to the fiduciary or interested persons.