intestate


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having made no legally valid will before death or not disposed of by a legal will

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The problem is that if your property is worth more than pounds 125,000, your spouse could lose his or her home because if you die intestate surviving children or grandchildren are entitled to some of the proceeds of the estate if it exceeds pounds 125,000.
After today, there will be no further trading of the Class A common stock on the American Stock Exchange, and Big City Radio will not record any further transfers of its common stock on the books of Big City Radio except by will, intestate succession, or operation of law.
As a result of such filing, the company has closed its stock transfer books and will discontinue recording transfers of its common stock, except by will, intestate succession or operation of law effective at the close of business on the Final Record Date.
Even if we make a will - and it is estimated that 62,000 people die intestate each year - we tend to think of it as a job well done and then promptly forget about it.
UK Barber Shops and Kents Hairdressers are asking Richard Holt of Solihull legal firm Evans, Derry, Binnion to provide a will-making service for clients who have most to lose from dying intestate.
After this final record date, there will be no further trading of the Class A common stock on the American Stock Exchange and Big City Radio will not record any further transfers of its common stock on the books of Big City Radio except by will, intestate succession, or operation of law.
New statistics reveal 4,675 people died intestate last year.
Soon after, she dies intestate, so everything goes to her children.
This is one of the duties of the executors appointment by the deceased's will, or if the deceased died intestate, then by the person who is next of kin.
At the close of business on December 18, 2002, the Company's stock transfer books will be closed, certificates representing the Company's common stock and preferred stock will not be assignable or transferable except by will, intestate succession or operation of law, and the common stock and preferred stock will be treated as no longer being outstanding.
The impact of this is that if apre-existing will is not amended before a couple enter into partnership, and a new will is not made afterwards, then the individual who had drawn up that will is going to die intestate - probably without their knowledge.
He said his brother wished to die intestate, so his two sisters and two brothers would inherit.
Interests in the Liquidating Trust are not listed on any stock exchange and will not be exchangeable or transferable, except by will, intestate succession or operation of law.
VIA noted that it will not record any further transfers of its common stock or its preferred stock on its books except by will, intestate succession, or operation of law.
Thereafter, certificates representing the common stock will not be assignable or transferable on the books of the company except by will, intestate succession or operation of law.