Definition of Heirship. Meaning of Heirship. Synonyms of Heirship

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Definition of Heirship

Heirship
Heirship Heir"ship, n. The state, character, or privileges of an heir; right of inheriting. Heirship movables, certain kinds of movables which the heir is entitled to take, besides the heritable estate. [Scot.]

Meaning of Heirship from wikipedia

- Forced heirship is a form of testate partible inheritance whereby the estate of a deceased (de cujus) is separated into (1) an indefeasible portion, the...
- Bearheart: The Heirship Chronicles is a 1990 novel by Gerald Vizenor; it is a revised version of his 1978 debut novel Darkness in Saint Louis Bearheart...
- the concept of a will is itself less important; the doctrine of forced heirship automatically gives a deceased person's next-of-kin title to a large part...
- Adopted children, for whom adoption statutes create the same rights of heirship as children of the body, come within the meaning of the term "lineal descendants...
- Love)) make ****ual advances to Daniela but to no avail. Meanwhile Cocò's heirship to a large inheritance is in jeopardy because his late wife did not beget...
- Fruit – Folkways – For value received – Forbearance – Force majeure – Forced heirship – Forced sale – Forcible entry – Foreclosure – Foreclosure sale – Foreign...
- Name Change Divorce Affidavit Affidavit of Identity Theft Affidavit of Heirship Affidavit of Service Declaration (law) Deposition (law) Fishman Affidavit...
- historically ****ociated with English common law, and contrasted with forced heirship, where part or all of the estate is automatically inherited by the next...
- tax Related topics Advance directive (Living will) Blind trust Forced heirship Reverse Morris Trust Totten trust Other common law areas Contract Tort...
- doctrine of freedom of testation, but stops short of fully abolishing forced heirship because that is expressly forbidden by Louisiana Constitution Article XII...
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