Definition of Testation. Meaning of Testation. Synonyms of Testation

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Definition of Testation

Testation
Testation Tes*ta"tion, n. [L. testatio.] A witnessing or witness. [Obs.] --Bp. Hall.

Meaning of Testation from wikipedia

- freedom of testation by guaranteeing provision for the spouse and children of the deceased. Nussbaum, Arthur (March 1937). "LIBERTY OF TESTATION". American...
- Testate amoebae (formerly thecamoebians, Testacea or Thecamoeba) are a polyphyletic group of unicellular amoeboid protists, which differ from naked amoebae...
- inheritance, the "laws of succession" is the commonplace term covering testate and intestate estates in common law jurisdictions together with forced...
- Arcellinid testate amoebae or Arcellinida, Arcellacean or lobose testate amoebae are single-celled protists partially enclosed in a simple test (s****)...
- feature of civil-law legal systems which do not recognize total freedom of testation. Normally, the deceased's estate is in-gathered and wound up without discharging...
- also has freedom of testation regarding customary-law property. While testators in South Africa enjoy a wide freedom of testation, this freedom is subject...
- Ternaard, Friesland who ruled the island of Ameland. He died in 1450 (testated January 17, 1450). His stins (stone house) stood near Ballum. His descendants...
- and revokes any prior wills. Inheritor - a beneficiary in a succession, testate or intestate. Intestate - person who has not created a will, or who does...
- accordance with the English common law, it granted unlimited freedom of testation. It maintained English common law for matters of public law, including...
- food vacuoles and ingested diatom S**** or test of a testate amoeba, Arcella sp. Xenogenic testate amoeba covered in diatoms Stylonychia putrina Holophyra...
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