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Contradicting the views of these expert historians, I try to demonstrate, first, that Peter Is succession law was by no means conceived as a "break with the past" but just the opposite: it was an attempt to preserve Russian tradition against contemporary Western birthright ideology and its notorious demand for "indefeasible primogeniture.
Australian case law upholds testamentary freedom as a fundamental doctrine of succession law and practice.
First, succession law principles do provide discrete, though
The constellation of laws, programs, and policies comprising recent land reforms includes, but is not limited to, the Organic Land Law, (72) the Succession Law (a 1999 statute amending the matrimonial and inheritance regime), (73) the Abunzi Law, (74) the Strategic Road Map for Land Tenure Reform, (75) and the National Land Policy.
231) Finally, an unlawful means-end relation (the Mittel-Zweck Relation), which has the most significance in succession law, (232) can occur when, for example, a housekeeper threatens to quit in order to provoke a testamentary disposition in her favor.
Monaco changed its succession law in 2002 to allow power to pass from a reigning prince who has no descendants to his siblings.
Monaco changed its succession law in 2002, so that Albert can assume the throne even though he is unmarried with no children and has no descendants.
Congress passed the first presidential succession law in 1792.
Sherman outlined some of the issues he is pursuing, such as advocating the abolition of the penny and a succession law under which the third and fourth people in line for the presidency would reflect whichever political party is in power.
33) Related to this premise is the "clean slate" doctrine of treaty succession law, which requires both parties to certain treaties to reaffirm those treaties after the demise of one of the original parties.
Property Passing, by will or by operation of state intestate succession law, from an individual to his or her heirs or other beneficiaries.