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devisable

capable of being transferred by will.
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One exception is in Professor Roberta Kwall's work defending a freely descendible and devisable right of publicity, in which she acknowledged the potentially significant emotional interests of a celebrity's heirs in limiting use of a decedent's image, particularly in highly objectionable contexts.
54) Furthermore, the ownership of the copyright in a work "may be transferred in whole or in part by any means of conveyance or by operation of law" and is inheritable and devisable.
The minister added that the increase in GST on petroleum products and a change in other taxes was imperative to meet various needs including release of funds to the provinces from the devisable pool.
He says he used to think his own lucky number was seven until his album co-producer and engineer John McBride came up with a theory that anything devisable by three was lucky.
classifying human eggs or sperm as descendible and devisable property
Such a schema is not always easily devisable in Africa given the anachronism between the colonial heritage and the dynamics of African societies (Asiwaju 1985).