In case of a testamentary inheritance, the testator himself determines his heirs. по закону ... Under the law only the testator has the right to amend a will; .... induced the testator to make his will, or to make or alter any testamentary disposition; or.

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Inexpressibly thankful to receive this law by the disposition of angels. .... welloiled disposition покладистый характер testamentary disposition завещательное ...

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A testamentary disposition is any gift of any property by a testator under the terms of a will. Types of testamentary dispositions include: Gift (law), assets that have been legally transferred from one person to another.

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The article analyses evolution of norms of Roman law on the contents of testament including such special testamentary dispositions as hereditary substitution, ...

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... to take possession etc. of such property and to take such legal proceedings and ... may take possession by means of a bequest or testamentary disposition.

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relatio — index report (detailed account) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. ... Reference should always be so made that a testamentary disposition may be effective …

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Перевод слова disposition, американское и британское произношение, транскрипция, ... testamentary disposition — завещательное распоряжение

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Public Lands Law - Title 34 - Liberian Code of Laws Revised ... The term of any such lease shall not exceed fifty years, but the lessee may renew the ... of survivorship of the other tenant by conveyance, partition or testamentary disposition. 3.

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The activities of the legal representatives of staff who are staff members are .... by the same provisions as the testamentary dispositions concerning legacies.

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Sacramento County, nor any of its officials or employees assumes any legal liability or responsibility for ... AD LITEM - Comes from Latin meaning for the " purposes of the lawsuit. ...... DISPOSITION - The final decision by the court in a dispute.

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More often men are resorting to testamentary disposition by way of will to deny ... contrary to law and public order and cannot be upheld by a traditional court.

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