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1 incidental beneficiary"LAW.COM Dictionary":
n. someone who obtains a benefit as the result of the main purpose of the trust. Example: the co-owner of property with a named beneficiary may benefit from moneys provided to improve the building they jointly own, or a grandchild might benefit from his/her parent receiving a gift which could be used by the entire family, or which he/she may inherit from the parent.
See also: beneficiary trust
2 incidental beneficiarys.beneficiario incidental.
3 incidental beneficiaryמוטב אגבי, מוטב מקרי (גורם הנהנה מחוזה שלא נועד למטרה זו)* * *◙ (וז הרטמל דעונ אלש הזוחמ הנהנה םרוג) ירקמ בטומ,יבגא בטומ◄
4 incidental beneficiaryincidentele begunstigde (iem. die bijkomstig profiteert van een overeenkomst)
5 incidental beneficiary- przypadkowy beneficjent- osoba, co do której nie było założenia, że będzie czerpała korzyści z umowy i która nie jest również stroną takiej umowy. Osoba ta nie uzyskuje żadnych praw na podstawie takiej umowy.
6 побочный бенефициарincidental beneficiary
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