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successor

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a person who is entitled by law or by the terms of a will to inherit the estate of another

a person who inherits some title or office

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Regarding the proof for heirship, the evidence allowed is the heir certificate, the will, the civil status documents and any other evidence allowed by law.
may also be the beneficiaries of a form of forced heirship.
This is particularly important in the case of physical property, which can be subject to forced heirship rules that lay down exactly how the property is distributed among family members.
However, it may be possible to use a company or a trust as a holding structure to prevent any forced heirship rules from applying.
For the devolution of urban property, Heirship Certificate has to be obtained from Civil Court.
Adding some citizens hesitate to apply for restoration due to the number of shareholders of the houses, it is said that it is enough if one of the shareholders come with the determination of heirship.
If none of the natural sons is named in this way in the testament (regardless of the mother's social class), it could be considered that udbr denotes a 'slave' or 'servant' rather than a natural son, as Bordreuil and Pardee rightly mentioned in Manual of Ugaritic, 275: "{w eidbr} appears to fill the slot of (w nblh ) and may designate someone who has been chosen and sworn to heirship because the patron has no natural heir.
For example, Swiss courts might prohibit the arbitration of trust disputes in cases involving forced heirship, based on various statutes giving courts exclusive jurisdiction over matters involving succession law.
5) grant heirship, succession, entitlement, or determine the persons to whom distribution should be made;
Heirship can be proven by providing a variety of documentation and other particulars about the account containing the assets.
a) The taluk office for birth, death, income, community, nativity, and legal heirship certificates, (8) as well as,
Helen Bishop Jenkins, DNA and the Slave-Descendant Nexus: A Theoretical Challenge to Traditional Notions of Heirship, Jurisprudence, 16 HARV.
83) This inconsistency is based on the fact that for purposes of Social Security, state law determines heirship, not federal law.
Her book Herso, An Heirship in Waves is self-described as a "(proem / toward the end / of all things surely lapsed froward [sic] .
He also enlightened the participants of rights and legal heirship of eunuchs.