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testamentary succession

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  • testamentary succession — noun : succession determined in accordance with the provisions of a lawful will and the applicable rules of law …   Useful english dictionary

  • testamentary — I adjective by way of a will, bequeathed by will, contained in a will, devised by will, distributed by will, given by testament, hereditary, patrimonial, set forth in a will, transferred by a legacy, transferred by bequest, transferred by devise… …   Law dictionary

  • succession — suc·ces·sion /sək se shən/ n 1 a: the order in which or the conditions under which one person after another succeeds to a property, dignity, position, title, or throne the sequence of succession to the presidency b: the right of a person or line… …   Law dictionary

  • succession — The devolution of title to property under the law of descent and distribution. The act or right of legal or official investment with a predecessor s office, dignity, possession, or functions; also the legal or actual order of so succeeding from… …   Black's law dictionary

  • SUCCESSION — SUCCESSION, devolution of the deceased person s property on his legal heirs. Order of Succession The Pentateuchal source of the order of succession is If a man die and have no son, then ye shall cause his inheritance to pass unto his daughter.… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Succession (conflict) — In the Conflict of Laws, the subject of succession deals with all procedural matters relevant to estates containing a foreign element whether that element consists of the identity of the deceased, those who may inherit or the location of property …   Wikipedia

  • Christian Law of Succession in India — Christians in India have had different laws on succession. The British Indian Government enacted the Indian Succession Act of 1865 on the recommendations of the 3rd Law Commission. This Act was intended to be applied to different communities in… …   Wikipedia

  • Conflict of succession laws — Conflict of laws Preliminiarie …   Wikipedia

  • Legal history of wills — Wills in the Ancient WorldThe will, if not purely Roman in origin, at least owes to Roman law its complete development, a development which in most European countries was greatly aided at a later period by ecclesiastics versed in Roman law. In… …   Wikipedia

  • Pontifex Maximus — The Pontifex Maximus was the high priest of the Ancient Roman College of Pontiffs. This was the most important position in the Ancient Roman religion, open only to patricians until 254 BC, when a plebeian first occupied this post. A distinctly… …   Wikipedia

  • pontifex — /pon teuh feks /, n., pl. pontifices /pon tif euh seez /. Rom. Relig. a member of the Pontifical College, which was presided over by a chief priest (Pontifex Maximus). [1570 80; < L: appar. lit., path maker, equiv. to ponti (s. of pons) bridge,… …   Universalium

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