individual had predeceased, to his issue per stirpes
. (90) The
The policyholder names a class of beneficiaries per capita or per stirpes
descendants of collateral kindred per stirpes
has a certain element
, co-owner of Crumb Together, a new cookie and coffee shop in downtown Eugene, said she and her husband, Tony, had planned to launch the business months ago, but one small detail stood in the way.
The term per stirpes
is used when it is desired that the share of a deceased beneficiary go to the beneficiary's children (in Latin it means "by the trunk," "by right of representation," or "by roots or stocks").
If an author dies before serving notice of termination on the grantee, then the right to exercise that interest passes to the author's heirs per stirpes
as defined in section 203.
Assume further that his trust provided that, for the first 50 years, all trust income and gains from sales of trust assets were to be retained by the trust, and thereafter income was to be distributed per stirpes
to his living issue.
Patients and providers of all stirpes
participate, network, listen to speakers, mingle with exhibitors.
Horberg oversaw Dad's and Mom's conveying their home from joint tenancy to Mom, TOD to their children, per stirpes
The policyowner names a class of beneficiaries "per capita" or "per stirpes
"--A per capita (by the heads) distribution means that the proceeds will be split according to the number of beneficiaries in the class.
If the bequests were made "per stirpes
," then the assets were divided at the primary beneficiary level and the children of primaries would divide their respective parent's share.