heirship


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heirship

the state or condition of being an heir; the right to inherit; inheritance.
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the heredity petition is an extinctive imprescriptible action; the heir under universal vocation or universal title can always get the recognition of his heirship (article 1130 Civil Code).
directed trust, trust protector, privacy, forced heirship, ability to reform, modify and restate in the future for the trust for administrative purposes).
Further, there was mention of an heirship certificate.
Section 14 of the Trusts (Guernsey) Law, 2007 provides a useful anti-forced heirship measure to protect assets held in Guernsey trusts from attacks by the Shari'a courts.
She emphasized land rights and discussed such issues as "fractionated heirship lands, allotments, fee simple patents, and trust title lands," personal and tribal.
Descendants: Science Outpaces Traditional Heirship, 38 Est.
A great martyr who died for India like Tipu Sultan is unknown to youngsters, whereas the name of Tantia Tope, who fought not for India but for his pension, and Jhansi Laxmi Bai, who fought for her adopted son's heirship to the throne, is brought on the lips of every Indian.
This mandatory heirship of surviving spouses is typically referred
Its heirship of Soviet nuclear weapons was also accepted.
This differs to laws which many of us are used to as it places restrictions on how assets are distributed when we die and is not unlike forced heirship laws applicable in some European countries.
We have prepared the legal heirship certificate and issued power of attorney to a relative to collect the compensation amount from the company.