intestate laws

[ınʹtest(e)ıtʹlɔ:z] юр.
законодательство о порядке наследования при отсутствии завещания

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  • intestate laws — State statutes which provide and prescribe the devolution of estates of persons who die without disposing of their estates by will. See descent …   Black's law dictionary

  • intestate laws — The body of statutes which provide and prescribe the devolution of estates of persons who die without disposing of their estates by last will or testament. Guiness v State, 40 Wash 2d 677, 246 P2d 433 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • intestate — in·tes·tate 1 /in tes ˌtāt/ adj [Latin intestatus, from in not + testatus testate] 1: having not made a valid will died intestate 2: not disposed of by a valid will intestate property an intestate estate; specif: transmitted according to statuto …   Law dictionary

  • intestate succession — see succession Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. intestate succession …   Law dictionary

  • intestate — To die without a will. A person is said to die intestate when he dies without making a will, or dies without leaving anything to testify what his wishes were with respect to the disposal of his property after his death. Under such circumstances,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • intestate succession — In the law of inheritance, transmission of property or property interests of a decedent as provided by statute, as distinguished from transfer according to the decedent s will. Modern laws of intestacy, though they vary widely, share the common… …   Universalium

  • Conflict of succession laws — Conflict of laws Preliminiarie …   Wikipedia

  • descent and distribution — n. The rules that determine transmission of a person’s real property if he or she dies intestate, i.e., without a valid will. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008. descent… …   Law dictionary

  • administration of estates — The management and settlement of the estate of an intestate decedent, or of a testator who has no executor, performed under the supervision of a court, by a person duly qualified and legally appointed, and usually involving: (1) the collection of …   Black's law dictionary

  • general administration — The grant of authority to administer upon the entire estate of a decedent, without restriction or limitation, whether under the intestate laws or with the will annexed …   Black's law dictionary

  • parliamentary will — The so called will of one who has made no will at all, that is, the so called intestate laws which provide for the passing of title to the property of one who died without leaving a will to such person or persons as the lawmakers, in their… …   Ballentine's law dictionary


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