legator


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legator

a person who gives a LEGACY or makes a bequest.
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She is also likely to argue that the condictio causa data causa non secuta could lie as reciprocal counter-performance failed; relying on the case of Legator McKenna, she might also point out that failure of reciprocal counter-performance is an (unjust) factor relevant to the availability of the condictio indebiti.
Legator at the FDA, to sponsor mutagenicity testing in 1971, followed by numerous contracts in the ensuing years.
The recent close in $20 million of gross equity financing strengthens our corporate standing and positions New Motion as a leading publicly traded mobile digital entertainment company," Legator concluded.
It is essential that the legator and the legatees have frank and open conversations about not just the tangible aspects of the estate, but more importantly, about the intangibles O the wisdom and the values that helped build the wealth.
Au WW, Wilkinson GS, Tyring SK, Legator MS, El Zein R, Hallberg L, Heo MY.
Ward JB Jr, Hokanson JA, Smith ER, Chang LW, Pereira MA, Whorton EB Jr, Legator MS.