ab intestate succession

succession ab intestat (TT)

English-French insurance dictionary. 2013.

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  • intestate succession — see succession Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. intestate succession …   Law dictionary

  • intestate succession — In the law of inheritance, transmission of property or property interests of a decedent as provided by statute, as distinguished from transfer according to the decedent s will. Modern laws of intestacy, though they vary widely, share the common… …   Universalium

  • intestate succession — Succession or inheritance from a person who dies without leaving a valid or operative will. Not a natural or inherent right. 23 Am J2dDesc&D§11 …   Ballentine's 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

  • intestate — in·tes·tate 1 /in tes ˌtāt/ adj [Latin intestatus, from in not + testatus testate] 1: having not made a valid will died intestate 2: not disposed of by a valid will intestate property an intestate estate; specif: transmitted according to statuto …   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

  • intestate — To die without a will. A person is said to die intestate when he dies without making a will, or dies without leaving anything to testify what his wishes were with respect to the disposal of his property after his death. Under such circumstances,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • succession — successional, adj. successionally, adv. /seuhk sesh euhn/, n. 1. the coming of one person or thing after another in order, sequence, or in the course of events: many troubles in succession. 2. a number of persons or things following one another… …   Universalium

  • succession — Following another; succeeding to the rights of another, as where a new corporation which is a reorganization of another corporation takes the rights of the old corporation. 19 Am J2d Corp § 1524. The passing of property in possession or enjoyment …   Ballentine'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

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