disentail


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disentail

to free (an estate) from entail.
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(44) So, if the property is subject to restraints on alienation, the solicitor must take measures that enable it to be disentailed. (45) An estate plan that requires the division of property to beneficiaries through an inter vivos trust requires a valid trust to be settled first.
But it also reflects the difficulty of the entire faculty to overcome the classical curriculum structure of health professional education programs where the basic cycle is disentailed from the professional; disciplines are fragmented and unable to properly use the related contents between them; and the disciplines dealing with the biological aspects and processes of technical intervention are those that receive most attention from the academic community, to the detriment of those who propose ideas and actions in the field of ethics, humanities and social sciences.
The third Lord Raglan, George Somerset, "disentailed" the estate, meaning although he ultimately decided to pass it on to his son there was no longer any obligation on a future owner to follow this pattern.
However, the responses will tend to be more flexible and disentailed from the dominion of the schemas as these present a greater level of development and greater approximation with an isometric situation.