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be left

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take over

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Synonyms for inherit

to receive (property) from one who has died

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obtain from someone after their death

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receive from a predecessor

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receive by genetic transmission

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If the company name has changed or no longer exists then you can call Companies House, who will help you track down the new company name; | If you inherit shares and want to keep them you will need to transfer them into your name.
Moreover, surviving spouses who inherit an IRA from the other spouse might be affected by this decision.
Louis has estimated that one in five women with ovarian cancer inherit genetic mutations that increase the risk of the disease.
Many people inherit money and don't already have an adviser ready to help them.
1 : a person who inherits or has the right to inherit property after the death of its owner
The next Oregon AD will inherit a department that, unlike many of its Division I counterparts across the country, is not only in good financial condition but is entirely self-supporting.
Like them, he has a request: "Good Teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?
Similar to humans, dogs can inherit certain diseases, including cancer, from their parents.
7] Because there were no male heirs to inherit from her father, Giampaolo da Cere, Portia received all his lands including the rich duchy of Cere (near Cerveteri), Bassano Romano, and Magliano Romano Pecorareccio.
We do not inherit eye color or any other traits or characteristics; what we inherit are strands of DNA organized into sequences of chemicals called genes which act like recipes guiding the actions of proteins.
There, a tenured anthropologist, Vincent Sarich, began to say that black success in basketball proved the inherited basis of talent, which in turn supported the view that whites could inherit superior mental faculties.
Some infants may inherit the tendency to acquire hearing loss later in life.
Taxpayers who inherit individual retirement accounts (IRAs) pay no income tax if they directly roll over the funds into IRAs in their own names.
If a child does not inherit the HD gene, he or she will not develop the disease and cannot pass it on.
We want to give him a strong foundation and keep him motivated,'' says Stuart, who lives in Sherman Oaks with his wife, Kim, Atreyu and 1-year-old daughter, Shiyanne, who did not inherit the disorder.