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The court made it plain that a will is a contract between a bequeather (donor) and the bequeathed (benefactor) that the latter would receive and accept the former's legacy after that person's death.
Ordinary house furnishing and household equipment shall be devolved to the intestate heirs irrespective of their degree of descent and the share of inheritance if they resided together with the bequeather for a period of at least one year before his death" (The Civil Code of the Republic of Lithuania, 2011).
Walker is the holder and bequeather of the classical rhythm tap canon, making sure it will flourish with absolute perfection.